8 thoughts on “ Tillers Folly - The View From Here (CD, Album)

  • "THE VIEW FROM HERE" combines Celtic music influences with FolkRock, Bluegrass, Maritime and Pop. For over eight years, The Tiller's Folly have been wowing audiences in Western Canada and throughout the United States with their superb musicianship, ultra high energy performances, and riotous songs about The Pacific North West's own colourful.
  • CD/DVD Combo set Filmed and recorded live at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, Steveston, BC, Canada, September 11, Produced by Horizon Multimedia & TIller's Folly.
  • The Tiller's Folly have created true, heroic Canadian tales, carrying on the Celtic heart beating across the decks of battered ships many maritime moons ago. Their debut, The View From Here, followed by numerous successful CDs all spin a high energy meld of traditional instrumentation and sounds.
  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The View from Here - The Tiller's Folly on AllMusic -
  • "Tiller's Folly CD goes back to the source: Buchan Bluegrass inspired by the local Celtic band's tour through Scotland" Tiller's Folly's chief songwriter, Bruce Coughlan, is so prolific these days the band could probably crank out a new album every six months, according to their bassist and manager, Laurence Knight.
  • He joined The Tiller's Folly with Laurence in and was a major part of the first two CD's (Including a writing credit on "Ghosts") and is again featured prominently on the new CD. Mike is a four time 'BC Fiddle Champion was 3rd at Canadian Grand Masters and was nominated as " Fiddler of The Year" by the Country Music Association.
  • Tiller's Folly, Category: Artist, Albums: Go the Road, A River So Wide, Buchan Bluegrass, A Fine Kettle of Fish, A Ripple In Time, Singles: Old Hank (Live), Pioneer Days, Top Tracks: Jigs: Calico Hills / The Bride's Veil / Sparrow Hawk / The Freshet, Water At the Bar, MacPherson's Rant, James' Auld Sharney Beets, Twenty-Three Camels, Biography: Drawing influence from Scottish, Irish and.
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