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In 2011 multi-instrumentalist Ciaran (Fiddle, Bouzouki, Guitar, Vocals) met and joined forces with Greg (Vocals, Guitar, Bouzouki, English Concertina) to form a duo with an "amazing level of energy, ability and stagecraft" (The Prospect Folk Club, Runcorn). Northwich Folk Club saw the duo's first live performance and since then they haven't looked back, receiving great reviews from live performances all over the country. "Such talent in ones so young is endearing anyway, but these two shine in every department" ... "So utterly refreshing" (The Topic Folk Club, Bradford).
Both come from musical households and were regulars at folk festivals, clubs and sessions from early ages. Cia was a member of Celtic music band TRI as well as becoming an All-Ireland and All-Britain fiddle champion on several occasions whilst Greg's musical career began as a solo artist, initially supporting acts such as Lau, Karine Polwart and Kerfuffle and increasingly playing gigs in his own right. Their backgrounds give Cia and Greg a wide range of influences, the duo performing pieces from Traditional collections, contemporary writers and self-written tunes and songs.
In April 2012 they recorded their debut album "The Queen's Lover", released in August of the same year on the Fellside Records label, to excellent reviews (see Reviews page). The pair's first tour followed the release of the album and at the beginning of 2013, the duo were nominated for and went on to win the 2013 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award.