The Jordan TW Trio returns to CCANH to release their long-awaited new album, “Live at Cedar House.”
Local Celtic group The Jordan TW Trio returns to CCANH to release their long-awaited new album, “Live at Cedar House.” Putting a fresh spin on traditional Celtic music, the trio delivers a dynamic show full of energetic fiddle tunes and classic Irish songs.
Fiddler/singer Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki (“Best Fiddler,” NH Magazine, “Master Artist,” NH Traditional Arts Council) is joined by fellow New Hampshire natives Matt Jensen on guitar and Chris Noyes on upright bass. Their shows blend the music of Ireland and Scotland with their own original material, drawing on multiple genres to produce a unique sound that has been described as a “larger-than-life” and “brisk, lean and exceedingly lovely.” They have appeared live on NHPR’s “The Folk Show,” been featured on WMUR’s “New Hampshire Chronicle,” and performed regularly at listening rooms, pubs and Celtic festivals around New England.
“Excels at sweeping musical beauty…One can feel the strength and resolve of the people who have nurtured this music over the centuries…The fiddle practically cries with emotion throughout its melodic journey while true old world charm fills up the backdrop.”
– Bill Copeland Music News
“Incredible artists with huge talent!”
-Noah Munroe, The Back Room At The Mill
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