Gail Rundlett is one of the real treasures of Boston's thriving folk community. Blessed with a voice that exhibits crystalline purity, honesty and heart-touching soul, she is an endearing and entertaining performer. Gail plays guitar and four-string Appalachian dulcimer and draws her repertoire from both traditional and contemporary sources. Gail has performed as a solo artist since the early 1980s in New England's coffeehouses, clubs, festivals, museums and schools, as well as singing for children and teaching dulcimer workshops. Whether she's enlivening traditional music with her expressive dulcimer and honeyed vocals, or freshly rendering contemporary songs and playing guitar, Gail's warm presence fills the stage and erases boundaries between singer and audience. She has released three solo recordings -- Just in Time, Farther Along, and Full Circle, featuring Tim and Mollie O'Brien and Brooks Williams on backup -- and appeared on two CDs as a member of the vocal group Taproot. Christine Lavin introduced Gail to a national audience by including her version of the Anne Dodson song, 'Lie Easy', on the compilation recording When October Goes. Gail has shared the stage with Tom Rush, Nanci Griffith, Garnet Rogers, Richard Shindell, David Massengill and Odetta, among others.