I'll be playing with Teresa Doyle and her band of me, Ian Toms, Alan Dowling, and Todd MacLean during the 2014 ECMW.
Teresa Doyle is a vocal explorer with a lifelong passion for pushing the boundaries of her voice. Her exploration has taken her around the world singing with Kenyan farm women, Soca musicians from Tobago, South Indian yogis, traditional Gaelic singers from Ireland, and folk musicians from The Yukon Territory to the Blue Ridge Mountains. Her repertoire reflects her journey but is always firmly rooted in the Celtic music and stories of her native P.E.I. Song Road, is a folk/celtic/world recording produced by fiddle wizard and multi-instrumentalist Jaron Freeman-Fox. Doyle’s eleven recordings have met with critical acclaim at home in the Maritimes, across North America, Europe and Japan, garnering numerous awards including three ECMAs and two JUNO nominations.“There’s beauty and plenty for all,” sings Teresa Doyle in her accomplished and life-affirming new album, Song Road, a line that also aptly describes the disc itself. — John Goddard, Toronto Star