MP3 The Bringers - Ramblers and Rovers
"Music Without Borders" is the only way to describe this talented group of young musicians. Celtic traditions merge with the Australian didgeridoo, Tribal percussion, and World Folk influences to create a sound unlike anything you''ve heard before.
23 MP3 Songs
WORLD: Celtic, WORLD: Australian
The Bringers offer a unique blend of celtic, australian, slavic and tribal influences. With the incomperable Michi Regier on fiddle, Vash''s spectacular bodhran-based percussion and Byron Miller''s complex and subtle didgeridoo work, the combination of sounds is truly "acoustic music without borders".
The Bringers are very proud and excited about their brand new album, and hope that you will like it as much as they do. In addition to the usual lineup of fiddles, drums, didge & voice, Ramblers and Rovers also features the talents of some of their fellow musicians on guitar, tenor banjo, harp, hammered dulcimers, and voices.
In 1997, Vash and Michi formed The Bringers. The band went through several incarnations before picking up Byron in ''99. Later that year, Nichelle Scott and Catherine Rustinbeck came on board as full-time vocalists with Joe Bethancourt supplying guitar support. This six member ensemble was the line up for The Bringers'' first album: It''s About Time. As the band''s focus shifted towards Renaissance Festival entertainment (music and beyond), Vash, Michi, and Byron remain the core of the band. Shortly after hitting the road in June of 2002, the group release their second album: Ramblers and Rovers which recieved a spectacular reception from its debut at the Colorado Renaissance Festival. Ramblers features extensive guest work from some of the most talented musicians on the festival circuit including Eddie Jeff Cahill, Tanya Brody and many others. Watch for The Bringers at a Renaissance Festival near you.