Our Musical Guests!

August 30th, 2009 § 0

We have confirmed some of the musical guests for the Harvest Home Festival!

Fontain’s M.U.S.E. (website)
This unique duo has enraptured audiences throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Diego with their mix of Improvisation, Alternative and Eastern styles since 2000. Fontain’s M.U.S.E. has performed for the popular Sonoma County Harmony Festival as well as Techno-Tribal Groove Temple. They are a regular feature at annual events like Pagan Pride in Berkeley and Pantheacon in San Jose.

Irina Rivkin (website)
Outmusic Awards Recipient for OutSong of the Year 2003 & Nominee for Outstanding Debut Recording 2005, Rose Street House of Music founder and singer-songwriter Irina Rivkin has performed for 25 years!

Meer
Also known to many CAYA regulars as Cat, is the fiddler who often brings the gift of her music to our rituals. She has recently returned from a trip to the Shetland Islands, where she has learned even more fiddle tunes to share with us.

Dick Bagwell (website)
A many-talented musician/composer/storyteller/author/teacher/actor/dancer who has performed at Renaissance Faires, Celtic Fairs, the California Christmas Revels, music festivals, theatre festivals, and, of course, pubs, in the Bay Area and around the world. He is the Squire of theDeer Creek Morris MenĀ  of Palo Alto and the author of “The Pipe and Tabor Tutor”

David Borough
David has won awards from South Bay Songwriters (now,West Coast Songwriters), and the Napa Valley Folk Festival. He has appeared solo and with his band Radio Rail from the Gold Rush Festival in Old Town Sacramento to the Cold Springs Tavern in Santa Ynez. David feels that music is compassion and that metaphorical images create a deep connection between singer/musician and an audience. David also appears with Cassady’s Hammer and the O’Daveys Irish Band.

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