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Tia McGraff at the Purple Fiddle

Tia McGraff at the Purple Fiddle

Tia McGraff is an internationally renowned and award winning Americana/Country songstress from Port Dover, ON, Canada. With Scottish/Transylvanian roots running through her songwriting and voice, Tia’s talent has been described as “haunting and soul-gripping.” 6 international cd releases, 4 videos on CMT Canada, various film/tv placements, and numerous nominations and awards (including 2010 Hamilton Music […]

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Mile Twelve at the Purple Fiddle

Mile Twelve at the Purple Fiddle

Mile Twelve is a fresh, hard driving young band beautifully walking the line between original and traditional bluegrass. Based in Boston, Massachusetts and fast gaining recognition for their outstanding performances throughout bluegrass and folk circles, Evan Murphy, Bronwyn Keith-Hynes, Nate Sabat and BB Bowness create captivating songs and daring instrumental pieces from diverse influences. Banjo […]

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Melody Allegra Band at the Purple Fiddle

Melody Allegra Band at the Purple Fiddle

Award winning fiddler Melody Allegra Berger has been playing violin since the age of five and is classically trained in both violin and voice. She fell in love with bluegrass/old time music around 9 years ago and has been raising a ruckus in the NYC area ever since, branching out into all manner of folk genres. […]

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The Hillbilly Gypsies at the Purple Fiddle

The Hillbilly Gypsies at the Purple Fiddle

Hailing from the beautiful Mountain State of West Virginia, The Hillbilly Gypsies have been making and performing their own brand of old time bluegrass and original mountain music for over a decade! Formed in 2001 from a chance meeting at the now infamous Wednesday night old time jam in Morgantown, WV; The Hillbilly Gypsies have […]

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Blackberry Bushes at the Purple Fiddle

Blackberry Bushes at the Purple Fiddle

The Blackberry Bushes are an acoustic Americana and bluegrass band whose sound falls somewhere between Gillian Welch and The Infamous Stringdusters. Their songs evoke the natural world, with themes of imperfection and impermanence. The instrumentation is precise and improvisational, reminiscent of the virtuosic bluegrass greats. The Bushes have that rare magic that allows them to […]

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Meadow Brothers at the Purple Fiddle

Meadow Brothers at the Purple Fiddle

“Singing guitarists Dustin and Ian Meadows prove that roots music is an unending resource, turning early influences gleaned from the Band and Gillian Welch into an engagingly twangy sibling sound all their own. ”     –  BOSTON GLOBE​ The New England based Americana roots duo, The Meadows Brothers, are best known for their close sibling harmonies, melodious, unsweetened […]

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