Hello friends and fans far and wide! It’s May 2021 and it feels like we are coming back to life! Fire & Grace had our first in person, indoor concert last week and it was an amazing experience! It was a lovely private concert in Pebble Beach and the enthusiasm from us and from a hungry for live music audience was just incredible. We are adding a few more concerts this summer and will let you know as they get confirmed
And we are incredibly excited to announce that we will be releasing a new CD! We don’t have a name for it just yet, but the recording will feature our signature blend of folk and Baroque and will include Summer by Vivaldi, Libertango by Piazzola, Asturias by Albeniz, Tanya’s Tune by Roger Talroth from Vasen, and, our latest epic Bach folk blending in the form of a 30 minute suite featuring the six movements of the first cello suite by Bach and six gorgeous melodies from various parts of Spain!
We will share some excerpts both audio and video when we have them so stay tuned!
Can’t wait to play for you all soon!
Hello friends and a Happy New Year to you all.
News. . .
Getting really close on our movie – Fire & Grace in Ireland, it’s looking and sounding amazing!
Fire & Grace & Ash just finished recording our first trio CD! We recorded audio and some great video in a lovely home in Big Sur! CD release concert in Santa Cruz in May and a few other trio concerts as well.
And coming up next week – Fire & Grace are playing concerts in Vancouver BC, Vashon, Seattle, Bellingham and Ridgefield WA. We will be playing tunes new and old and will have a few special guests along the way. Come out to hear some music and do say hello.
All the best to you all in 2019!
Cluck Old Hen, Farewell to Longhollow, Glory in the Meetinghouse are three American fiddle tunes arranged into a playful medley by Ashley. We joyfully refer to this set of tunes as
Fire & Grace & Ash. These tunes are well-known and played by old-time musicians and bluegrass musicians alike.
Fire & Grace would like to say hello, welcome to our new website. We are quite excited about the look of it, and owe special thanks to Jon Crump for his amazing and generous support. Contact him at email@example.com if you need website help.
Our Indiegogo campaign is almost done. Check it out and give us some last minute love and help if you can.
Enjoy it all, and hope to see you somewhere along the road!
Well that was wonderful! An amazing space, an appreciative audience, what more could one ask?
William Coulter and Edwin Huizinga performing in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, all photos Karen E. Reeves