Banjo, Guitar – Maurice Bolyer. Bass – Don Wood (6). Caller, Harmonica – Fred Townsend. Design, Art Direction – Bart Schoales/artbart. Drums – Matt Watson (6). Fiddle – Eleanor Townsend. Fiddle, Guitar, Mandolin – Graham Townsend. Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals – James Hardy (2). Producer – Homer Hogan.
Aliases: Eleanor Moorehead.
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Graham Townsend (June 16, 1942 – December 3, 1998) was a Canadian fiddler, mandolin player, pianist and composer active from the 1950s through the 1990s. Townsend grew up in East York, Ontario. He was visually impaired from an early age. He started playing fiddle as a child and was winning competitions as early as nine years old. Among his important and early influences was Don Messer, for whom Townsend’s father Fred was his square dance caller. He was also influenced by Irish fiddlers Tom McQuestion and Billy Crawford. Beginning in his teens, Townsend began to perform on tour and on radio and television, often with Messer.
Lauren Townsend was a senior and captain of the girls' varsity volleyball team, which her mother, Dawn Anna, coached. She was a member of the National Honor Society and was a candidate for valedictorian of her graduating class. Lauren was a talented sketch artist as well. Nicknamed "Lulu," she was a straight 'A' student - she never got a 'B'. She volunteered at a local animal shelter and had planned to major in biology at Colorado State University when she graduated from Columbine. Lauren was in the library with her friends (Lisa Kreutz, Diwata Perez, Valeen.
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Album · 1990 · 16 Songs. French Canadian Irish and Scottish Fiddle Music.
|A1||Bowin The Strings|
|A2||The Red River Jig|
|A5||Lady Of The Lake|
|A6||The Mouth Of The Tobique|
|A7||The Rock Valley Jig|
|B1||The Hangman's Reel|
|B2||The Old Man And The Old Woman|
|B4||The Lonesome Scenes Of Winter|
|B6||The Saint Anne's Reel|
- Recorded At – RCA Studios, Toronto
- Banjo, Backing Vocals – Mike McCurlie
- Banjo, Guitar – Maurice Bolyer
- Bass – Don Wood
- Caller, Harmonica – Fred Townsend
- Design, Art Direction – Bart Schoales/artbart*
- Drums – Matt Watson
- Fiddle – Eleanor Townsend
- Fiddle, Guitar, Mandolin – Graham Townsend
- Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals – James Hardy
- Producer – Homer Hogan
- Vocals, Producer – Dorothy Hogan