Noteworthy Artist Alumni

Clandestine |Aengus Finnan | Dave Rowe Trio | Debi Smith
Andy M. Stewart & Gerry O'Beirne | Tanglefoot | Pat Wictor | Reverend Billy C. Wirtz | Linda Dunn


Clandestine Clandestine took a hiatus in 2003. (Some of their CDs are still available at They have reformed with new member, Al Cofrin, (who took the place previously occupied by Jen Hamel) on Irish cittern, folk guitar, and medieval bagpipes. More information is available at

Aengus Finnan

Aengus Finnan

Aengus Finnan decided to hang up his touring spurs but stayed active in the  Arts by founding  the Shelter Valley Festival in his native Canada.  Once the festival was established, he turned it over.  He then renovated a space and opened a highly successful gallery. He is now the Touring and Audience Development Officer for the Ontario Arts Council (OAC).

Dave Rowe Trio

Dave Rowe Trio

The Dave Rowe Trio have taken their bookings in-house.  You can contact them through their website at  You might want to check out the Squid Jiggers Dave’s new duo with Troy Bennett.

Debi Smith

Debi Smith Debi is spending quite a bit of time touring with the Babes but will take a solo date if you make her an alluring offer. You can contact her directly at (While you are on her website, be sure to check out her paintings!)

Andy M. Stewart & Gerry O'Beirne

Andy M. Stewart & Gerry O'Beirne Andy & Gerry do not get over to the US nearly enough for their many fans.  You can reach him through his website


TanglefootThis dynamic group had their last tour in December, 2009 (info at but they are still out there in a variety of configurations.  Steve Ritchie has a radio show – everything you need to know at . Al Parrish is performing with a batch of folks -  Rob Ritchie released a CD of solo material . Terry Young and Sandra Swannell joined forces to become My Sweet Patootie .

Pat Wictor

Pat WictorPat is heading back to school so he can eventually be re-certified to begin teaching again. As a result, scheduling his tours will be more complicated and he will now be handling that himself.  You can reach him through his website at

Reverend Billy C. Wirtz

Reverend Billy

The good Rev has been sticking closer to home these days but, you can turn into his weekly radio shows, "The Reverend Billy's Rhythm Revival" on WFIT-FM (FL) and a totally different show on KPIG (CA). The WFIT program airs Friday from 10 pm to midnight (EST) while the KPIG show comes on Sundays from 9 PM to 11 PM.  Both can be heard live worldwide via streaming audio on the stations' websites.

Noteworthy Friend: Linda Dunn

Linda Dunn

Linda Dunn originally designed this website and is a quirky, talented songwriter in her own right. She does not seem to be making public appearances these days but her two CDs, Linda Dunn & Second Sight are worth tracking down.  (I found the former on Amazon)

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