The Vox Hunters promo image by Anna Colliton

Pushed back till April 2021 due to unforeseen circumstances. The Vox Hunters are seekers of old songs, cultivators of local music, bearers of the living tradition. Traditional mus from Rhode Island, New England, North America, the British Isles, Ireland, and the Philippines.

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Promo image for the Ruckers

Sparky and Rhonda share stories and songs from the rich heritage of their southern Appalachian roots, including the African American component of this culture. Their storytelling repertoire ranges from Jack tales and ghost stories to preacher tales and Br’er Rabbit stories. In addition to traditional Appalachian songs and gospel sing-alongs, their repertoire includes newer songs and stories from labor and coal mining struggles in the mountains.

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Wild Colonial Bhoys

Wild Colonial Bhoys will be putting on an outdoor show to be remembered – all as part of the Celtic Junction Outdoor Fall Concert Weekend!

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Gary Rue in Concert

Gary Rue’s Music honors the craft of songwriting, reminiscent of the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison and Mose Alison. Influenced by nearly anything and everything musical, but most often by Frederic Chopin, Kurt Weill, The Beatles, Motown, and the poets of Tin Pan Alley and their Brill Building offspring.

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Todd Menton promo photo by Susan Esbjornson

Todd’s calling card is his wry, edgy performing style, focusing on warm, vibrant vocals and sharp playing on guitar, bouzouki, bodhrán, and harmonica. Folks can expect all the drama and hilarity of the traditional songs and tunes, and the darkly humorous word-play of his original songs, delivered with wit and crackling energy.

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Aoife Scott

At the top of the Irish charts, Aoife Scott shares songs from her new CD “Home Bird”, while enchanting with hits like “All Along the Wild Atlantic Way.”

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Karan Casey in Concert

Karan Casey is one of the most innovative, provocative and imitated voices in Irish traditional and folk music. Her career has spanned twenty-five years from the early days as a jazz performer in George’s Bistro in Dublin to her heady days in New York with the band Solas to her now well established solo career.

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Norah Rendell and The Lost Forty

Inspired by Celtic traditions from Newfoundland to Minnesota, Norah Rendell and the Lost Forty unearth heirloom songs with Irish-American and Canadian roots and perform them with passion and nuance.

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