Tri Nova Scotia Celtic Fiddle Dance Story & Song





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Published on Aug 23, 2006

We are four Bostonians who perform celtic folk music from
Nova Scotia. We all have at least one parent from Nova Scotia and spent lots of time there growing up. We also embrace being from Boston and have been influenced by the rich Irish traditions of our area.

Our fiddler Doug Lamey is the grandson of Boston Cape
Breton fiddling legend Bill Lamey. He's been playing
since he was a kid and has studied with some of the
greats from both the Cape Breton tradition (Buddy
MacMaster) and Irish fiddle scene (Tommy Peoples).


We are lucky to have two of the best stepdancers in
the Boston area, Pam Campbell and Christine Morrison.
Pam is the daughter of fiddling legend John Campbell.
Christine is the daughter of Peggy Morrison who is
president of the Gaelic Club in Watertown, MA.

Pam & Christine have been dancing together for 16 years and have shared the stage with Natalie MacMaster and Ashley MacIsaac to drop some names.

I sing in both English and Scottish Gaelic. I
play guitar and Irish Tin whistle and make my living as a
musician/storyteller. I am steeped in Irish music on my dads side of the family (Clifford's in Sliabh Luachra) and Scottish on moms side. I recieved my MA in Folklore from Memorial University in Newfoundland.


We've all played together informally over the years but
are finally making it official. We've settled on the
name The Boston Kiltics as it captures our love of Scottish folk music but also the fact we are from Boston and proud. This was recorded for a local TV station and is only our second official gig

Visit us on the Web @ http://www.bostonkiltics.com

Visit us on MySpace @ http://www.myspace.com/bostonkiltics


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