These performances are from a concert in Lyons, Colorado, videotaped by Jem Moore.
There are more videos on the Home page, and on Cindy and Grey’s YouTube Channel.
Cindy and Grey perform Cindy’s original song Tide and the River Rising (aka Oars) with guitar and harmonium. Cindy recorded this song on her album, Dreaming Down a Quiet Line.
Cindy and Grey perform Cindy’s song The Shores of Africa followed by The Eighth of January, a traditional fiddle tune from the southern Indiana fiddler Joe Dawson, with guitar and fiddle. Cindy recorded this song on her album, Working on Wings to Fly.
Cindy and Grey perform their arrangement of Grey’s original tune The Southshore with guitar and anglo concertina. They recorded this piece on their album, Cross the Water.
Cindy and Grey perform three jigs, The Humours of Trim, The Moons of Jupiter, and Mulhaire’s with tin whistle in B-flat and harmonium. The first and third jigs are traditional Irish and the second is by Grey. They recorded this medley on their album, Cross the Water.
Cindy and Grey perform Dean Stevens’ song Salmon River with guitar and Irish flute. Cindy recorded this song on her album, This Way Home.
Cindy and Grey perform three traditional tunes from southern Indiana fiddler Joe Dawson, Betty and Beauty, Old Leather Britches, and Indian Ate the Woodcock, with fiddle and guitar.