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Harper's Chord is all about the music playing originals and carefully selected joined Harper's Chord in late after a serendipitous meeting with the band. Community Center is a full-time touring rock band that has been winning over and until joining the band she had never attempted to write her own music. The Band was a Canadian-American roots rock group including Rick Danko ( bass guitar, The group was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in . After hearing the band play and meeting with Robertson, Dylan invited Helm and Robertson to join his backing.

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Add to that Mike's dead-on Brian May mannerisms and accurate stage attire, and you'd swear you were at the L. Having been educated from middle school through high school, jazz and marching bands in Dallas, TX Gregory took up percussion at age 11 and never stopped.

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His desire to multitask became an easy habit early in life wanting to sing and play the drum set simultaneously and later the piano. Mixing rock, blues, swamp pop, country, and other styles of music in bands, Gregory has played with great musicians in New Orleans since he arrived in He even played Bourbon St. Watching the black crown raise up with the mist and smoke, lights and band, he decided he wanted to be a performer no matter what. Gregory, having a cousin living in Los Angeles, introduced him to Queen Nation in and created an extra push in his musical endeavors, which is now the top performing Queen Tribute in North America.

After spending the next five years playing in school orchestras and spending summers honing his craft at Interlochen Performing Arts Academy in Michigan he graduated to the electric bass. He has spent the last 18 years playing original and cover music in a variety of rock, funk and country bands.

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Mikie currently works as a primary school teacher in Ballincollig, Co. Cork and is a prominent fiddle player and teacher in Co. Eddie Kiely is a fiddle player from Boherbue, Co. He started playing music at the age of 8, learning from Buttevant musician, Alan Finn. Eddie is currently studying to become a primary school teacher and teaches with the Freemount and Charleville branches of Comhaltas. From a strong musical family, he started the flute at the age of 8.

At 11 years of age, he won his first All-Ireland solo title and duet title with his brother Keith. Brian now resides in Ennis where he is a much sought after performer and teacher. Timmy Collins is a flute player and set dancer from Kiskeam, Co. A native of Sliabh Luachra, he has been heavily influenced by the musicians of this unique style of traditional Irish music.

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Shortly thereafter, Roger began occasionally accompanying the Three Sisters Kate Flynn which is where he became musically acquainted with Jill Moore. He can usually be found behind a 6-string guitar, string guitar or 5-string banjo, and even behind a drum kit, if given the chance.

His main tools of the trade are both electric and stand-up bass, as well as mandolin and guitar. He's also a regular lead and harmony vocalist with the Harper's Chord.

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Micah lives in Sartell with his wife Jeanne and their two adorable children. When time allows, he loves to find himself deep in the Montana wilderness on a high mountain trout stream. After moving to the St.

Cloud area in Elementary School, Evin began his music studies in violin and piano. Evin fell in love with Bluegrass music, attending camps, events, festivals, you name it. Evin quickly jumped to learning guitar, banjo, and mandolin to add to his repertoire. Throughout the years while studying under Christina in high school, Evin had the privilege of being part of numerous bluegrass concerts, the acoustic sessions at Bodiddleys with Mike Thole, St.

While attending college, Evin drifted a bit from music, but had an amazing chance for redemption when he ran into a couple of young hooligans like himself who were trying to change the game for contemporary bluegrass.