December 11, 2005
Part of the Town of Rosendale’s Winter Festival.
“The name “Banshanachie” means ‘the woman storyteller,’ and in this case the Banshanachie is Sarah Underhill, a Hudson Valley singer and traditional Irish song collector. While often unaccompanied, Sarah also performs songs and sets of traditional Celtic tunes with a group consisting of fiddler Erik Murray, Graham Smyth on banjo and mandolin, guitar by Steven O’Shea and Vinnie Connelly on the frame drum or bodhran” — Chronogram.com
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