Cantrip Weaves a Spell with Scottish Traditional Music

Slàinte Mhath!

Amazing concert by Cantrip on Labor Day at Weatherwatch Farm. Again rain played havoc and we gathered snug under the tent for an intimate sharing of some wonderful Celtic music. The guys first seduced us with tales told in their lilting brogue; and then the music poured out of them in song and on fiddle, flutes, guitar, and even bouzouki. Eventually the sun came out and folks were inspired to get up and dance; a Scottish conga line formed and weaved around the back. Great turnout with many newcomers. Slàinte Mhath! (pronounced slange var) in Scots Gaelic that’s “Cheers”!

Alasdair White, fiddle; Dan Houghton, pipes, flutes, bouzouki & vocals; Eric McDonald, guitar & vocals
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