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Roots Revue

Performances in
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Appalachian Clogging
Disciplines
Clogging and Tap
Instruments Used
Banjo
Guitar
Violin
ROOTS REVUE serves up a tasty blend of tight harmony vocals over lively stringband music and American clogging with striking chemistry, playfulness, and skill. Southern Appalachian step dancing, stringband music, harmony singing and hambone body percussion are presented in a straightforward, rootsy performance by seasoned professionals deeply embedded in the traditional American music community.   Roots Revue does educational performances, workshops, and family & community dances. Leader Evie Ladin has appeared in People Like Me in 2001, 2004, and now with Roots Revue in 2007.
Evie Ladin - banjo, clogging, vocals
Ray Bierl - fiddle, vocals
Heather Desaulniers - clogging

More info, contact Evie Ladin at Www.stairwellsisters.com

 



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