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American Rogues - Headlining The 2017 Dundee Scottish Festival

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American Rogues

WITH HEADLINING SHOWS IN ASIA, EUROPE, CANADA, AND FROM NEW YORK TO CALIFORNIA THE AMERICAN ROGUES ARE TAKING ON THE WORLDS OF CELTIC, ROCK, ROOTS, PATRIOTIC, WORLD, MILITARY, JAPANESE AND CLASSICAL MUSIC. -- THE OFFICIAL BAND OF THE NATIONAL NAVY SEAL MUSEUM -- » Website

American Rogues
Step In Time

Two People....A LOT of sound. Our "off the grid" repertoire of Celtic, seafaring and music from the 14th century to the present is performed with outstanding vocals and diverse instrumentation. Performances full of energy and humor are hallmarks of Step In Time band. » Website

Step In Time
Penney Whiskey

Penny Whiskey is a group of fun loving folks who truly have a good time doing what they love most…entertaining. The brain child of Kirk McWhorter (from the critically acclaimed Celtic band 'Kilbrannan') 'Penny Whiskey' promises to offer the best in music from both Ireland and Scotland along with home grown bluegrass and folk influences. » Website

Penny Whiskey
The 96th Highlanders Pipes & Drums

The 96th Highlanders Pipes and Drums Inc of Jamestown, New York, were established in 2001. The band is under the direction of Pipe Major Pamela Silver. The 96th Highlanders are proud to represent Jamestown, New York and Chautauqua County in all events we perform in through-out the year. » Website

The 96th Highlanders Pipes & Drums
Doolin ’O’ Dey

An exciting mix of traditional and original Gaelic inspired music. Instrumentation of violin, guitar, celtic whistles, octave mandolin, uilleann pipes, and/or keyboard combine to make your listening experience unforgettable. Jig, aire, reel or waltz you’ll be drawn into the captivating arrangements of this band. » Website

Doolin’O’ Dey
The Harper and The Minstrel

The Harper and The Minstrel are Jay and Abby Michaels. Their unique sound is influenced by Celtic, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Folk Music. Abby's angelic alto and Jay's smokey baritone are accompanied by a variety of instruments » Website

The Harper and the Minstrel
Mary Lester

Mary Lester is a Celtic-style harper and singer from Hemlock, New York. She is in frequent demand for a variety of Irish and Scottish events, such as concerts, festivals, workshops, weddings, and more. She’s learned songs that touch the eternal qualities of joy, love, and sorrow; songs that tell of historic struggles, inflaming emotions relevant to the present. » Website

Mary Lester Celtic Harp
The MacLeod Fiddlers

The MacLeod Fiddlers are a Scottish youth group from the county of Glengarry, a hot bed of Scottish culture in the most eastern part of Ontario, Canada. They are the senior performance group for “The MacLeod School of Fiddling”. The school of music has two locations with an enrollment of over eighty some youth ages 3 – 19 and focuses on the teaching, promotion and preservation of the Glengarry fiddle. » Website

The MacLeod Fiddlers
Magical John's Pavilion

Audiences young and old are entertained and amazed by Magical John's many talents, whether he's producing objects out of thin air, juggling just about anything, or flying high over New York state on stilts. » Website

Magic John

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