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Celtic - Back

The Crooked Horn Band
High Energy Celtic Shanty Music. The Crooked Horn Band have performed their unique style of original Celtic music since 1993, beginning as a duo, and now as an enthusiastic high caliber four-piece band. The term "CROOKED HORN" refers to the top part of a moonshine still. Bob McGinnis' Irish heritage and Frynk Guertin's Franco-Native origins make them the brewmasters of the most unique sound of "Toe tapping, knee slapping, hand clapping, jump up-on-the-table, good-time FUN". Their show combines the best of Traditional Celtic music with their own Ontario Shanty Style, infusing them with an energy that becomes contagious.... The duo are now touring with a full band sound thanks to the addition of Johnny Lalonde on drums and the bass/vocal sounds of James McKinnon.

Boru's Harp
A three piece, high-energy group from Kingston, Ontario that loves to perform. Combine fiddle, piano, accordion, tin whistles, a couple of guitars, bodhran, mandolin and harmonica, mix in East coast influences with a little classical, jazz, and folk and you have the original and likable sounds of Boru's Harp. Erik Coleman, Brian Flynn and Robb MacKay have been playing together for quite some time now, in a variety of combinations, the most recent of which was the Kingston folk band Dog Tooth Violet, whose performance with the Kingston Symphony at Fort Henry was a huge regional success. Alone or in pairs, members of Boru's Harp have shared bills with such Canadian notables as Blue Rodeo, Natalie MacMaster, the Barra MacNeils, 54-40, Tom Wilson, Jann Arden, The Shuffle Demons, Colin Linden and David Francey. The band can now expand to a four piece, the fourth being a kit drummer. This means in the appropriate venue (places that want to rock that have a decent sized stage area) they can fill the bill. The three-piece would still be available for more traditional Celtic shows or smaller venues.

The East Coast Salty Boys
These two Cape Breton lads can really show you what a good time Celtic and Rock music can be when your looking to loosen up for the evening. Grab a pint and join in the fun.

Bill Cameron
A McDonald's Corners, Ontario musician who plays mainly traditional Celtic and North American music, with an emphasis on the Scottish and Maritime sources which reflect his family's roots. He also plays original songs and tunes, contemporary folk music and a bit of swing.

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