Old time musician Christian Wig from NE Ohio
performs traditional fiddle tunes from the American frontier of the early 1800's.
Christian Wig began playing old-time music in 1971, starting with the banjo. He has played in bands since the mid- '70s -- South Forty, the North Fork
Rounders, and Boiled Buzzards among others. Chris is also an author with a focus on the French and Indian War, a fur trade-era rendezvous musician, and a silversmith.
Pittsburghers Mark Tamsula, Richard
Withers, and Kathy Fallon feature traditional instrumental music historically rooted in SW Pa. Mark and Richard regularly perform fiddle and banjo tunes drawn from the Samuel Bayard Collections representing the musical tradition of many generations of fiddlers, fifers, and singers from our region. Their fourth CD
Snowy Hill focuses on fife tunes featuring Richard on wooden flutes joined by Kathy Fallon on guitar.
Mark and Richard have performed locally since 1986.
Kathy Fallon is an accomplished guitar and tenor banjo player and singer who has performed and recorded Irish and other traditional music in Kansas City, Pittsburgh, and elsewhere over the country and the UK.