Bill grew up hearing the Kerry accordion playing
of his father but as a kid wasn't very fond of it. He began playing
fiddle at age 16 through the influence and music of Tommy Peoples.
Always very active in the music scene, Bill co-founded the Irish Fiddle
Club in the bay area with John Sherry.
Todd grew up in a casually musical family. He started playing guitar at
age 10 and formed his first band at age 11. He wasn't aware of his
family's Irish heritage until he began playing Irish music and started on the pipes. Within two years he was awarded a
National Endowment for the Arts grant to study the pipes with Denis
Brooks. He has been active in the west coast pipers clubs and has served twice as President. Todd has performed with several groups in Ireland, Europe and America, as well as
outreach programs for the San Francisco Symphony. More.
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