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Sidewalk and Steelqueen

Roots/Rock Duo—Eclectic Energy with an Edge

Sidewalk & Steelqueen by Carol Coronis and Tom Richter CD cover

ABOUT THE CD

Combining earthy roots and rock with a Celtic twist and a visit to the sea for a sound that is a mix of eclectic energy and intensity, Sidewalk and Steelqueen features Tom Richter on claw-hammer banjo and guitar and Carol Coronis on cittern. Their passionate delivery brings a decidedly edgy kick to eight traditional and original songs in the roots genre.

Original repertoire includes songs penned by Tom Richter, Steve Codd & Carol Coronis, Jerry Tillett, and John Richter. Traditional songs feature Huddle Ledbetter, Robert Burns, and Dave Moran/Nick Jones.

Give a listen at sidewalkandsteelqueen.hearnow.com or at cdbaby.com/cd/sidewalkandsteelqueen

Guest Musicians

EJ Ouellette:  fiddle and bass

Gary Feldman, Peter Whitehead, and Chuck Coronis:  drums

Shane Pender:  bass

Produced by EJ Ouellette at Whole Music Studios.

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Tracks:

    1. Ride That Train (wr. By Tom Richter)
      Gary Feldman, drums • EJ Ouellette, fiddle • Shane Pender, bass
    2. In the Pines (Huddle Ledbetter)
      Peter Whitehead, drums  • EJ Ouellette, fiddle and bass
    3. Bedlam Boys (music wr, by Dave Moran and Nic Jones)
      Gary Feldman, drums • EJ Ouellette, bass
    4.  Forty Bucks (wr. by Jerry Tillett)
      Gary Feldman, drums • EJ Ouellette, bass
    5. Angel Gabriel (Trad)
      Chuck Coronis, drums • EJ Ouellette, bass
    6. The Bonnie Lass of Albany. (Robert Burns)
      Gary Feldman, drums • EJ Ouellette, fiddle and bass 
    7.  St. Brendan’s Chant. (wr. By John Richter—Tom’s brother)
      Tom Richer, guitar • Carol Coronis, cittern

    Girl from Thessaly

    Carol Coronis CD coverThe deep cultural roots music of Greece, Macedonia, Turkey, Arabia, and a bit of Ireland is delivered with energy and intensity in this collection of thirteen traditional and original songs. Reaching into her own roots of Greece and Macedonia, Carol’s soulfully powered vocals and compelling command of the cittern bring a decidedly edgy kick to the old world music of Anatolia and the Aegean.

    $15–free shipping
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    “Girl from Thessaly” is also available at:

    • Bull Moose Music, 82 Congress Street, Portsmouth NH
    • Discover Portsmouth, 10 Middle Street, Portsmouth NH
    • Sheafe Street Books, 29 Sheafe Street, Portsmouth NH
    • Baldface Books, 488 Central Avenue, Dover, NH

Tracks:

Nina Nai Nai
Misiriou
Enas Aetos
Toulia’s Turkish Cab Ride
Tria Pethia
Persephone’s Harvest
Thalassaki Mou
Dance of the Warrior Gods
Rampi Rampi
Banish Misfortune
Karaguna
St. Basil Is Coming
Samiotisa/Yerakina/O Mitros Ki E Marina

Upcoming shows

Get in Touch

E rockthecittern at comcast dot net

T 603-812-1319

Tidbits

Carol's citterns are custom-crafted by Bob Abrams, luthier and musician from Nottingham, NH. Keep it local!

Carol has been a member of the NH State Council On the Arts Traditional Arts Roster for Greek music since 2004.

Radio Shows

Tune in to WUNH Durham, 91.3 FM, www.wunh.org for Carol's radio shows:

Aegean Connection, Saturdays 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

The Ceili Show, alternate Sundays Noon - 2:00 PM

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