Jeremiah is a composer, accordionist, pianist and teacher with a diverse musical background including blues, jazz, Celtic, Québécois, French and other roots influenced music. In the early 1990s he formed The Clayfoot Strutters and Nightingale, two bands that have helped shape the sound of traditional New England roots music.
Tim is a Vermont-based composer and multi-instrumentalist (chiefly a piper) who enjoys an uncommonly diverse repertoire. His music spans from contemporary and sacred music to the traditional melodies of the British Isles, Appalachia, Cape Breton, Brittany, and beyond.
Canadian-American Alex Kehler plays fiddle, nyckelharpa, and cittern. Growing up in Nova Scotia, he now lives in the Eastern Townships of Québec and enjoys a busy career somewhere between the folk and classical worlds. Alex studied baroque violin in the late 1990s at McGill University and is known for his work as a versatile crossover specialist with La Nef and Skye Consort. A mainstay of the Québecois and New England traditional music scène, he tours with Skye Consort, Kehler-Williams Duo, and Triton. Since 2011 he has been pursuing his passion for Scandinavian music.