|Harrison Topp (Mancos, CO) – Harrison Topp got his kicks dancing with the Green Grass Cloggers in Asheville, North Carolina from 2012-13. During his time in Western NC he also produced a community-supported film entitled “If I had Wings to Fly,” focused on the music and dance culture of the Southern Highlands. Harrison currently runs an orchard in Paonia, CO and works for the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union. You can find him as a guest dancer with groups like the Carolina Chocolate Drops, High Plains Honky, Caruta Roma, the Six Dollar String Band, and Trout Stake Revival.
David Cahn (Seattle, WA) – David is a versatile instrumentalist, playing in numerous bands over the past thirty years. He’s toured with Rodney Miller, and appears on two of his CDs which include several of David’s original tunes. He’s also recorded with Clyde Moody, Charlie Moore, Wade Mainer, Helen Carter, and Mark Simos, and is featured on the Rounder recording “Young Fogies II” with his old-time band “The Queen City Bulldogs” (1st place, Clifftop, 1994). He also plays with The Percolators and the Soda Rock Ramblers. He’s taught at the Puget Sound Guitar Workshop, The Festival of American Fiddle tunes, Pinewoods, Augusta, and many other camps and festivals around the country.
Molly Tenenbaum (Seattle, WA) – Molly has been playing old-time banjo since she was a teenager, inspired by the musicians passing through as she was growing up in Los Angeles, by her travels around the Southeastern U.S., by old field recordings, and by revival artists such as the New Lost City Ramblers. She has played for square dances and dance camps around the Pacific Northwest with The Queen City Bulldogs and Dram County, and performs in a singing duet with her brother, Dan Tenenbaum. She’s taught banjo at camps including the Festival of American Fiddle Tunes and The Puget Sound Guitar Workshop. Her solo recordings are Instead of a Pony and Goose and Gander, and she’s featured on Mark Simos’s album Race the River Jordan. Currently, she teaches at Dusty Strings Music School in Seattle.