Some Links...

Here are some of the bands, folks, and organizations we have had the pleasure of working with.

The Groovemongers, The Great Bear Trio, Kitchen Chair, Flapjack, Tüq, and Domino are great bands that should not be missed. Read about Domino's CDs at Bourque-Moreau Associés and Great Meadow Music.

Callers we've played for include Doug Baldwin, Andrew Bishop, Dan Black, Tom Calwell, Dave Colestock, Ted Crane, Nils Fredland, Carmen Giunta, Pam Goddard, Lisa Greenleaf, Adina Gordon, Katy Heine, Myra Hirschberg, Keith Hunt, Amy Kahn, Shane Knudsen, Margaret Mathews, Alice Milmoe, Rick Mohr, Sherry Nevins, Bob Nicholson, Beth Parkes, Susan Petrick, Marian Rose, Vivien Rose, Joyce Rossbach, Sam Rotenberg, David Rupp, Richard Sauvain, Perry Shafran, and David Smukler.

We've played dances for The Syracuse Country Dancers, The Country Dancers of Rochester, The Tompkins County Country Dances, Contradance in Binghamton, The Queen City Country Dancers (Buffalo), The Fredonia Contra Dance, The Toronto Country Dancers, The Round Hill Country Dancers (Greenwich, CT), The Big Scioty Barn Dance (Columbus, Ohio), The Cincinnati Contra Dancers, The Indianapolis Traditional Music and Dance Group, The Bloomington Old-Time Music and Dance Group (Indiana), The New England Folk Festival (NEFFA), The Community Dance Network (Pittsburgh) The North Coast Community Contra (Cleveland) The Baltimore Folk Music Society, The Philadelphia Thursday Night Contra Dance, The Friday Night Dance at Glen Echo Park (Washington DC), The Folklore Society of Greater Washington Sunday dances at Glen Echo Park (Washington DC), The Swingin' Tern dance (Chatham, NJ), The New Haven Country Dancers, The Harrisburg Frolic in the Fall, The Lehigh Valley Contradance, The River Falls Contradance, The Chapel Hill Contradance, The Greenville SC Contradance, The Winston Salem Country Dance, The Tioga COunty COntra and Square Dance, The Lancaster Contra Dance, The Elverson Contra Dance, and more. And we've played for concerts for Folkus (Syracuse), The First Unitarian Church of Rochester Outdoor Summer Concert Series, and Eastman School of Music Summer Concerts.

Some more contradancing links are Ted Crane's Dance Database, Kiran Wagle's Contradance page,, and The Dance Gypsy.

You can find out more about folk music in Central New York from Folkus in the Syracuse area, from FolkStuff, the Bound For Glory webpage, and The Cornell Folk Song Club centered in the Ithaca area, Golden Link in the Rochester area, and Buffalo Friends of Folk Music in Western NY.

Some Folk Festivals include the New England Folk Festival in Massachussetts, Old Songs in the Albany area, Grass Roots in the Ithaca area, and Falcon Ridge in the Berkshires. Also, Saratoga's Dance Flurry includes a variety of dancing including contradances. Many of the contradance societies listed above also have annual dance weekends as does The Old Sod Folk Music Society of Ottawa.

Electric Wilburland is an Ithaca-area recording studio that takes pride in recording acoustic music. And in Ithaca, at Ludgate Farms natural food store, you can walk in and buy our CDs as well as those of many other Ithaca-area musicians.

And naturally, check out our Turtle United, Hearts Delight, Wobus-Hart and Fiddle Studio websites and those of 12 Corners Klezmer Band, and Istanpitta.