Folk & Blues Series: Aaron Jones and Claire Mann
Folk & Blues Series: Aaron Jones of Old Blind Dogs With Claire Mann
Aaron Jones, frontman of Scotland's legendary, Old Blind Dogs, met Claire Mann through the thriving Edinburgh folk music scene back in 1997, and they have toured as a duo in between their other projects ever since, bringing the sounds of Scotland to the world. Their exciting show mixes traditional and original Scottish and Irish music and song, from jaunty reels and jigs to haunting laments. Jones, who was voted "Instrumentalist of the Year" in Scotland and won a "Folk Album of the Year" award in America with Old Blind Dogs, sings and plays guitar and is also known for playing a traditional Greek stringed instrument called the bouzouki. Mann is highly sought after as a recording artist for her talents with the Irish flute and fiddle and is a champion of flute and tin whistle in Ireland.
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The last date listed for Folk & Blues Series: Aaron Jones and Claire Mann was Friday May 25, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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His rockin' take on modern blues has made him a fave at clubs and festivals across the country. Now…
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One half of Scotland’s legendary, Old Blind Dogs, Claire Mann and Aaron Jones perform a night of traditional and original Scottish and Irish music and song. Captivating audiences worldwide, Aaron has been named “Instrumentalist of the Year” at the Scots Trad Music Awards and Claire has established herself as one of the world’s leading traditional fiddle players and an All-Ireland Champion on flute and tin whistle.
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Montpelier Arts Center is a dynamic multifaceted arts destination located on the grounds of the historic Montpelier Mansion in northern Prince George's County. Equidistance from Baltimore and Washington, D.C., the Montpelier Arts Center enriches the metropolitan area by providing quality visual, literary, and performing arts programs.