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*Video Premiere* Silver Dagger – from Fellow Pynins

May 11, 2022

Fellow Pynins is an award winning contemporary folk duo with a keen and bucolic sense of vocal harmony,  anchored in the balladry tradition.

Hailing from Portland, Oregon the Fellow Pynins consists of Dani Aubert (claw hammer banjo, bouzouki) and solo artist Ian George (guitar, mandolin). They are songwriters, collectors, and interpreters. Since 2016 the duo has toured the United States continually and has gathered significant traction in the United Kingdom and Ireland, performing at festivals including Cambridge Folk Festival, Wilderness Festival, Omagh Bluegrass Festival, and selling out legs of their most recent tour. In 2021 the duo relocated from Minnesota back to Oregon to build (learning every step of the way), two tiny houses on wheels for their young family, which they now live in.

Silver Dagger is the second video release from their album Lady Mondegreen released this month.  It is composed of eight lovingly curated songs from the annals of folk music.  



July 1 – Americana Fest at the American Museum – Bath, England

July 2, 3 – Maverick Music Fest – Easton, Woodbridge, Suffolk, England

July 6 – Frome Music & Arts Festival – Frome, England

July 7 – Fishery Wharf Cafe – Hemel Hempstead, England

July 10 – Brockwell Green House – London, England

July 11 – The Bell Inn – Bath, England

July 13 – John Wesley’s New Room – Bristol, England

July 14 – The New Adelphi Club – Hull, England

July 15 – The Live Room – Caroline Street Social Club – Shipley, England

July 15, 16 – Southwell Music Fest – Southwell, England

July 17 – Hawk’s Well Theatre – Sligo, Ireland

August 9 – The Montrose Playhouse | Cinema & Art Centre – Montrose, Scotland

August 17 – Llantrisant Folk Club – Llantrisant, Wales

August 18 – The Arc – Rhayader, Wales

August 19 – Nest Collective – London, England

August 21 – The Square & Compass – Worth Matravers, England

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“Fascinating stuff!” -Frank Hennessy, BBC Radio Wales



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