Saturday July 29 03:00PM - 04:00PM
Jeremiah McLane Trio Heritage Stage at the Opera House

03:00PM-04:00AM: Jeremiah McLane Trio

Jeremiah McLane (accordion) of Nightingale, is joined by Owen Marshall (guitar and bouzouki) of The Press Gang, and Corey DiMario (bass and tenor guitar) of Crooked Still. All three musicians are masters of their respective instruments, and together they play tunes from France and the British Isles as well as original compositions by Jeremiah McLane. The trio plays music that us alternately driving, haunting, melancholic and up-lifting. 

Jeremiah McLane (accordion and piano) has a background in jazz, Celtic, Québécois, French and other roots influenced music. He is a founding member of both The Clayfoot Strutters and Nightingale, two bands that have helped shape the sound of traditional New England roots music. He received National Public Radio's “favorite picks” award for his second solo recording, Smile When You’re Ready, and French music magazine Trad Mag’s “BRAVO” award for his fifth release, Hummingbird.

Owen Marshall (guitar and bouzouki) is a founding member of Irish trio The Press Gang, and has accompanied many of traditional Celtic music's top performers including Liz Carroll, Darol Anger, John Doyle, Andrea Beaton, Jerry Holland, and Aoife Clancy. His music has appeared on NPR’s “Thistle and Shamrock,” and BBC television.

Corey DiMario (bass) is a founding member of the string band sensation Crooked Still, and also performs extensively with New England fiddler and singer Lissa Schneckenburger. Corey is one of the most sought -fter accompanists in the acoustic music scene, having performed at major festivals and concert venues across North America, Europe and Australia.

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