Erynn Marshall

Erynn Marshall is known nationally and beyond as a performer and sought-after instructor of traditional music; and her original tunes are rapidly becoming standard repertoire in fiddle circles. Erynn learned the nuances of Appalachian old-time fiddling by listening to rare field recordings and by frequently visiting the very last surviving southern roots fiddlers. This said, she puts her own spin on the music she plays, and manages to sound authentic and "archaic," and also emotive and smooth. Erynn performs at festivals and music camps around the globe and often tours with her husband: noted songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Carl Jones. Erynn has won several fiddle championships, and was the first woman to win first place at the fiddling contest at the Appalachian Stringband Festival in West Virginia (better known as “Clifftop”). She has recorded six CDs and appeared in four films (Voices of Virginia, the Clifftop Experience, I’ll Fly Away Home, plus the forthcoming Never Met a Stranger). She and Carl now live in Galax Virginia

Erynn Marshall website
Erynn Marshall at Elderly.com