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Different Folk CD Review Live!
Contains 13 Tracks of Kitchen Party Music
By John Gavin, Saturday, March 31, 2018


The Celtic Band, Different Folk from New Brunswick have been playing music together for over a decade. They have just released in March 2018, their debut album entitled, Different Folk-LIVE! This is the culmination of recordings of several shows of the past couple of years.

The album offers a good representation of the variety of music performed by Different Folk.

The band is made up of the following music artists:

Kim Moller (vocals & bodhran)-Will Toner (vocals & guitar)-ECMA nominee Katherine Moller (fiddle & vocals)-Don LeBlanc (bass & vocals).

An upbeat group, they perform a mix of Celtic, maritime and folk-rock with a blend of beautiful vocal harmonies and lively fiddling.

Combining a melodious mix of Maritime music with contemporary arrangements of Celtic favourites, and then adding a generous helping of foot stomping fiddling.

Different Folk is just what you need to get that kitchen party started.

Here are the 13 tracks:

Ordinary Day - On the Banks of the Roses/Harvest Home - Brennan on the Moor - Crocodile Rock - Draggin' the Bow - General TaylorKing of the Faries/Rights of Man/Dowsy Maggie - Rocky Road To Dublin - Star of The County Down/Cooley's Reel - Maple Sugar Step it Out Mary - Wagon Wheel - One More Chorus/Mason's Apron

What a fine album says Atlantic Seabreeze! Katherine Moller (fiddler) shines on this album and adds the touch that makes this CD an Award winner all the way.

The CD is a real kitchen party one and fans will enjoy singing and dancing along with Different Folk.

Atlantic Seabreeze gives this album 5 stars rating out of 5 stars. The album will be a fine addition to all music lovers libraries.

For more information regarding this album, refer to the above posted website address.