Celtic Music

The Steel City Rovers perform dynamic and expressive music that is a unique composite of traditional Celtic music and North American styles including bluegrass, folk and roots. Their original works touch on issues of love, loss, celebration and heritage and they also breathe life into newly-discovered instrumental melodies from as far back as centuries ago. Their sophisticated arrangements are inviting for the most casual listener but are rewarding for those who are well versed in the nuances of musical complexity. The Rovers stand out for their powerful, emotive vocals and engaging entertainment. They perform on meticulously crafted replicas of historical instruments that rarely appear on today’s musical landscape. This highly active touring band headlines large festival stages, gives intimate concert performances, educates in a variety of workshop and master-class settings and performs internationally with symphonies. They create, collaborate and work hard to further the love and awareness of music.

Jim Malcolm is the ultimate Scots troubadour. Travelling the world with his guitar, harmonicas, and engaging wit, he sings the traditional songs of Scotland and his own masterfully crafted songs in a style which is modern and accessible, yet utterly authentic. He is highly regarded as an interpreter of the songs of Robert Burns, and has been described as “one of the finest singers in Scotland in any style”

Piper Jones Band is centered around beautifully and energetically played Highland bagpipes accompanied by the percussive chords of the bouzouki and drum. In addition to original instrumentals and traditional tunes from Ireland, Scotland, and Appalachia, the group sings powerful harmonies and can lead the audience in traditional Celtic dances. They bring authentic traditional music in an entertaining form. Piper Jones Band seeks to share abundant spirit, life-filled dance tunes, and song – with those who know Celtic music well and with those who are hearing it for the first time.

Jil Chambless and Scooter Muse are two members of the band Henri’s Notions, the longest performing Celtic band in the Southeastern United States (more than 30 years!), Jil and Scooter have also performed frequently in a trio format with Scottish singer Ed Miller at many festivals throughout the US and Scotland.

For the last several years Jil and Scooter have been fortunate to work alongside many of the finest artists in Celtic Music, resulting in many spontaneous collaborations. They have shared the stage with artists such as Brian McNeill, Alastair Fraser, Men of Worth, Alex Beaton, Rathkeltair, Ed Miller, John Taylor, and many others.

2020 LNHG/RHSF Music Stage ScheDULE

Saturday April 18
Anthems by Ed Miller & Jil Chambless
10:00-10:45 Jil Chambless, Scooter Muse, Gregory McQueen, Wolf Loescher
11:00-11:45 Ed Miller
12:00-12:45 The Tannahill Weavers
1:00-1:45 Seven Nations
2:00-2:30 Jil Chambless, Scooter Muse, Gregory McQueen, Wolf Loescher
2:45-3:15 Ed Miller
3:30-4:00 The Tannahill Weavers
4:15-4:45 Seven Nations
Saturday Night Concert
6:30-7:00 Ed Miller
7:15-7:45 Jil Chambless, Scooter Muse, Gregory McQueen, Wolf Loescher
8:00-8:30 The Tannahill Weavers
8:45-9:30 Seven Nations
Sunday April 18
10:30-11:00 Jil Chambless, Scooter Muse, Gregory McQueen, Wolf Loescher
11:00-11:30 Ed Miller
11:45-12:15 The Tannahill Weavers
12:30-1:00 Seven Nations
1:15-1:45 Ed Miller, Jil Chambless, Scooter Muse, Gregory McQueen, Wolf Loescher
2:00-2:30 The Tannahill Weavers
2:45-3:15 Seven Nations
3:15 - Anything goes - Finale