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Issue Number 37 Number of this issue available: 0


This issue of FiddleOn magazine (number 37) has 52 pages packed full with interesting articles and useful information. In addition to regular items such as news and views, details of workshops, book and CD reviews, this issue also contains:

English but off to the Side - Nancy Kerr. Sophie Parkes talks to fiddle player and singer Nancy Kerr about her early days playing fiddle with Eliza Carthy, her influences and her fascination with music from the North East. She also talks about meeting her partner James Fagan and talks about life with their children.

Passing on the Tradition. Mick Tew chats to The Wrigley Sisters Jennifer and Hazel. They talk about how they started playing together, their new album idiom and their new project - The Reel - a music centre and cafe in Kirkwall on Orkney.

VAMM. Trevor Buck talks to Catriona Macdonald, Patsy Reid and Marit Falt, collectively known as VAMM. They talk about their aims for this new band as well as their current individual projects.

Fidil - not just for the Craic Trevor Buck interviews Aidan O'Donnell, Ciarán O' Maonaigh and Damien McGeehan the three fiddle players who make up the exciting band from Donegal Fidil.

Changes to the Licencing Regulations A short piece explaining the changes that are being introduced to the legislation that governs live music in England and Wales.

Kevin Henderson - Fin Da Laand Ageen. Trevor Buck talks to Kevin Henderson about his new album Fin Da Laand Ageen in which he returns to his roots of Shetland fiddle tunes. Kevin also talks about the various other projects he is involved in at the moment.

Bellowhead live review. Pete Fyfe writes about a Bellowhead concert he recently attended.

All the latest news about The Fiddle Festival of Britain.

The Morning Dew and The Woman of the House are two Irish tunes as played by Michael Coleman that helps to illustrate Chris Haigh's article on the great man.

In his regular article, Glen Titmus questions is old really better? Glen writes about a recent survey into the quality of new violins.

Fiddle teacher and writer Chris Haigh writes about the influence Michael Coleman has on the Irish fiddle style we hear today.

A chance to win a copy of Chris Haigh's brilliant new book Discovering Rock Violin kindly donated by Schott Music Publishers.
Other stuff in this issue include: CD reviews, book reviews, a music quiz, news and chitchat from the UK fiddle scene and small ads.