Don't Worry About Brucie
Discover a powerful fusion of female vocals, fiddle-style violin music and rhythm. Winners of several categories of SA Folk awards in 2006, 07 and 08 their sound "goes from the whimsical to the dramatic"! (Peter Goers, ABC radio) The Fiddle Chicks started out as a musical experiment, creating a unique minimalist sound. From their inspiring originals to unique arrangements of songs from the rich heritage of folk music, The Fiddle Chicks have proven themselves to be one of SA's most endearing and original acts. Their musical style ranges from Traditional Celtic, European, Gypsy, Blues and Roots and American Folk, but it is their original compositions and rich fiddle soundscapes utilising some clever digital effects, which really shine through. The Fiddle Chicks have played at Festivals all around Australia including: Adelaide Fringe Festival, the National Folk Festival, Woodford Folk Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival, Apollo Bay Music Festival, National Celtic Festival, Kapunda Celtic Festival, Semaphore Music Festival, Prospect Street Fair, Fleurieu Festival & more..and a wide variety of venues throughout Adelaide. "I love the way the girls play and interpret, it's great to know that we have Folk Music of this quality living, breathing and being recorded in Adelaide!" ~Stu Wright, Music SA 'Be prepared to be taken on this extraordinary adventure with these exceptional fiddle-playing chicks. Including old world songs from the Black Sea to the story of Matthew Flinders mapping of South Australia, these are heartfelt songs of love, longing, of love lost and new-found lands. The Fiddle Chicks sent chills down my spine with their mesmerising fiddle playing, stomp box percussion and beautiful two-part harmonies. They draw you in from the first moment and take you on the wildest trip across the seven seas. They showcase some of the richness and heritage of folk music from around the world. The Fiddle Chicks are not to be missed, their superb arrangements and magical playing makes this one amazing show. Final word: Mesmerising.' Edel Perth & Kathryn Barclay Rip It Up Magazine.