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Posted: 17-May-2014, 08:54 PM
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Duos are always quite surprising: most people just don't expect as much complexity and depth from a 2-piece line-up than they would expect from a full ensemble, but oftentimes…less is more.

banna de dhá – whose moniker simply means “a band of too” is all about this musical direction. Tom Morley (fiddle) and Hazel Ketchum (guitar and vocals) showcase a unique and original approach to folk music, blending the Irish traditional "footprint" with influences as diverse as American Old Time, Bluegrass and French-Canadian folk.

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