This episode features more interviews and artist music from the 2016 Kingsville Folk Music Festival. Kingsville, in South-Western Ontario, has a lovely little festival, and it’s well worth a visit if you get the chance. On this edition we talk to Rob Lutes, Jason Dennie, Luther Wright and Qristina & Quinn Bachand, and Jaxon Haldane joins us to chat about the Willie P Bennett Legacy Project. I’d again like to thank Gary Glass from Quantum Sound Productions for his help in recording these interviews. For more information about the Kingsville Folk Music Festival, visit kingsvillefolkfest.org. Photo: Michael Dick.
Qristina & Quinn Bachand have been making music together for most of their lives and making waves on the celtic music scene for their creativity and musical virtuosity – Qristina building a reputation for her fiddle and vocal work while Quinn has been making a name for himself as a celtic acoustic guitarist and fiddler, and pushing boundaries through his work with the duo and Brishen, his gypsy-jazz combo. Their latest album and their third together, “Little Hinges” (2015) has been very well-received. Qristina & Quinn joined us at the Folk Music Ontario conference for an in-depth conversation and impromptu session. For more information visit qbachand.com. Music: Qristina & Quinn Bachand “Crooked Jack” from “Little Hinges” (2015, Beacon Ridge), “What You Do With What You Got” (Live), “The Welcome Farewell Set” (Live), “Truly Understand” (Live) and “Never Goodbye/Three Little Babes” from “Little Hinges” (2015, Beacon Ridge).