Blackstone Folk, formed in 1992, underwent many changes during their long stay in the Italian folk circuit and for some time the line-up featured eight members. The band played a potpourri of Celtic tunes and English ballads interspersed by some lively klezmer songs plus a bunch of popular airs from France and northern Italy. Here the band performs at the S. Siro hippodrome of Milan as supporter for Sardinian pop group Tazenda. L to R: Enrico Tiso (flute, recorder, tin whistle); Roberto Villani (guitar, tenor banjo); myself (mandolin, fiddle, vocals); guest Eric Abraham (fiddle); Dominic Ronayne (fiddle, mandolin, mandola, vocals); Silvia Bianchi (bodhran, vocals).
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