New CD and a farm-to-table dinner concert series!


We have a brand new CD coming out in a few short weeks!  “Walk These Fields” is a celebration of small farms and connection to place through original song.  We’ve partnered with Maine Farmland Trust to put on three farm-to-table dinner concerts in Portland, Unity and Blue Hill, Maine to help release the new album.  August 25th, 26th and 27th.  Wood fired pizza with our flour and veggies, and opening sets by our friends Putnam Smith and Bill Jiordano.  For more information or to buy tickets, go visit Maine Farmland Trust.

Back in Maine!

We’re back in Maine from our 2015/16 winter tour!  We’re excited for the start of farming season, and we’ve once again avoided farmers markets to keep our weekends free to perform concerts and dances.  We’ll be playing in Maine, Massachusetts, Quebec and California before the first frost of autumn comes.  Hope to see you at a show!  In the meantime though, a few videos from our winter travels.


A few new videos for you to check out!

Contradance Flashmob in Burlington, VT.  Filmed by Mary Wesley.

Adieu False Heart / The Boatman, from our first CD.

New CD!

Cornstalk Fiddle - Jacket Front

WOOHOO! We are pleased to announce the arrival of our second CD, CORNSTALK FIDDLE! You can find it on CD Baby or come pick up a copy at a dance or concert this winter…. We’re kicking off our touring season in Burlington, VT, Brattleboro, VT and Concord MA next week. In mid November we’ll be in Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina, and then in December we’re headed all the way across the northern tier of the US and southern Canada. Lots of fun to come! Check out our schedule for more details.

We’re back from our winter tours! Since the first hard frost ended the farming season last fall, we’ve bounced around the country, playing concerts and contradances from Maine to North Carolina to Florida, from California to Colorado and Idaho, and from Montana across the mid-west through upstate New York and Massachusetts back to the farm in Maine in time to see the last several feet of snow melt. We saw a lot of old friends on our travels and made more than a few new ones. Thanks to everyone who came out to a show!

We’re working on next winter’s bookings now, so if you’d like us to come to your town, please let us know!