Entertainment for 2013
Were proud to feature the following performers on the Soundbites Grill main stage at the Celtic Harvest Festival on September 21th, 2013 at Poco Diablo Resort in Sedona, AZ.
Tramor (Overseas) is the new traditional music project of John Good. John is well known through out the West, South, Midwest and in his native Wales as a multi-instrumentalist, Welsh piper, singer/songwriter, composer and poet. Veteran of many Celtic festivals and concerts, including Estes Park, Chicago, San Diego and Denver, he brings the subtly different flavor of traditional Welsh music to the stage. Along with friends like mandolin virtuoso Billy Parker, a Tramor show is an event not to be missed. Watch Tramor in a recent Video.
Karl Jones - A native of Dublin, Ireland, the now Sedona-based singer/songwriter has regularly appeared on Irish Television’s Late Late Show, as well as in Dublin music venues and Irish music festivals, and was a founding member of the U2-inspired rock band Mixed up World. In the 1980s, Jones went on to become an accomplished solo artist, conjuring comparisons with such Irish recording artists as Christy Moore, Van Morrison and Paul Brady. Since his arrival in the United States, Jones has become a Southwestern Celtic fixture, touring the Irish pub circuit throughout Arizona and New Mexico. Watch a a recent Video of Karl Jones
David Brewer-Master Piper (David Brewer is a founding member of the popular west coast Celtic band, Molly’s Revenge, which was voted Best Band of 2005 at the Live Oak Music Festival in Santa Ynez, California and has performed nationally and internationally with highlight appearances at the University of Hawaii Concert Series, the Ballarat Federation Tattoo in Australia, twice at the Shanghai International Music Festival in China and most recently at Celtic Connections in Glasgow, Scotland.)
John Good is well known throughout the West, South, Midwest and in his native Wales as a multi-instrumentalist, Welsh piper, singer/songwriter, composer and poet. Watch a recent Video of Mythic Crew
The Glendale Pipe Band - The Glendale Police Pipes and Drums was started in the Spring of 2002. The band’s primary function has been to perform for functions of the Glendale, Arizona, Police Department and to be an integral part of the department’s honor guard. Additionally, the band has played for many civic functions for the City of Glendale including The Fire Safety Parade, the City of Glendale Police Officer’s Memorial, & the 9-11 Memorial. Watch a recent Video of the Pipe Band
The Bracken School of Irish Dance - A native of Tullamore, County Offaly, Ireland, Thomas Bracken began Irish step-dancing at the age of four. He is a recipient of many regional, national and world medals as both a dancer and a teacher. A four-time Worlds qualifier, Alexis Hodel brings her background in kineseology, psychology, and dance to bring out the best in our students. Watch a recent Slideshow of the Dancers
FAMILY FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES
- Sheepdog Herding Demos with Rob Schottland and Betty Morgan
- Dr. Thomas Bopp c0-discoveror of the Hale-Bopp Comet is returning as our Festival Astronomer
- Falconing with Adobe Mountain Wildlife Refuge
- Real “Scottish Tea Room” by Daughters of Scotia
- Workshops on Gaelic Celtic Phrases, Sheepdogs, Falconry/Birds of Prey
- Storytelling on Quiet Stage
- Horse & Carriage Rides
- Fairy Village & Family Photos
In the amazing setting located at the famous Poco Diablo Resort in Sedona, Arizona.
2012 AZ Colleen and Rose is Lucy Artt; 2011 Irish Lass Shannon Kelahan-Pearson, Ann Niemann is Chairperson of the AZ Colleens and info available about the program at their Booth near Main Gate.
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