Performing Folk, Celtic, & Original
Songs Inspired by Other Places, Other Times

 I've been recording for a new Mighty Kelltones CD this July, and August will find me helping out at Falcon Ridge Folk Festival!

 

I've also been writing a novel, so while there's a few more gigs are on the calendar, my main focus has been throwing curve balls at my protagonist - a young woman who's a singer.

 

Since July 2016, I've been performing with a local DC trio, The Mighty Kelltones, www.mightykelltones.com. When their regular singer can't make it, I take over lead vocals, but when there's four of us, I get to indulge in my love of singing harmony. And I add some bodhran, (tastefully of course), along with a few songs on ukulele - because ukes and smiles just go together.  

 

"her drawn-out notes in, for instance, 
Golden Songs / The Water is Wide
give the listener goosebumps…
a Judy Collins-esque voice”
- Mark S. Tucker, FAME
Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Banner photo & concert photo by Suzanne Ives Dunkley 

 

Blue Moonlight Calls

 

 

“Folk tales say that when there is a blue moon, the moon has a face and talks to the items in its moonlight.” Wikipedia

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