2018 Entertainment

~~Seven Nations

The story of SEVEN NATIONS is that of a truly original and determined band that began in New York City, with members now hailing from California, to Toronto, to Florida. They have for years booked their own tours,and have had their own PBS and CNN specials. Throw away any preconceived notions you may have about Celtic music…this is a band that has invented its own sound and attracted a prodigious national and international following.

Seven Nations is not your father’s Celtic band. With a passionate, tender, and rollicking style that winningly veers from roots and folk to dance and fusion-rock, Seven Nations has earned a growing reputation as an adventurous band with a charismatic stage presence.


 ~~The Ivy Leaf


The Ivy Leaf is a traditional Irish band based in Boston and Providence, featuring fiddles, concertina, accordion, whistle, bouzouki, guitar and vocals. They are available for concerts, lessons, weddings and events all over New England and beyond. Their debut album was released in 2012.


~~Sue Richards

I have been playing music for as long as I can remember, and it is a joy to do this for a living.  I specialize in traditional Irish, Scottish, and Scandinavian music on the Celtic harp.  I play concerts solo and with several groups of friends.  I teach workshops and lessons, and I write and arrange music for the Celtic harp.  I also play music for weddings, funerals, and events.   May you find something to interest you here.


This year harper Sue Richards will again be presenting a harp ensemble workshop at the Maine Highland Games.   Sue is an internationally known performer, teacher, composer and author.  Sue has recorded dozens of CDs, and has entertained audiences throughout the U.S. and Europe. She is the director, and a teacher of the harp program at the Ohio Scottish Arts School in Oberlin Ohio. Harpers of all ability levels are welcome to participate. Sue will also perform with the harp circle group, as well as doing a solo performance at Fiddler’s Glen at the Games.

For further information about the harp workshop contact Melanie Lee at melleesharp@gmail.com.


~~Colin Grant-Adams

Colin, born and raised near Winchester, England in a predominantly
Scottish community, was exposed to the culture and heritage that would
shape his career. Originally from Edinburgh, Scotland, and a gifted musician
himself, Colin’s father was an early influence on his musical career.
One Man, One Guitar, One Captivating Show