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Marie Eaton

Marie Eaton teaches songwriting at Fairhaven College, Western Washington University, as well as at the PSGW and the Northwest Women's Music Celebration. For the past twenty-odd years she's been part of a four-woman group, Motherlode, performing in venues from Vancouver, B.C to Los Angeles. With Motherlode she has recorded seven CDs, including the recent releases, Circle on the Sand, Live and Laughing, and Coming Home. She also has a solo album I've Got a Secret.

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Paul Elliott

Paul Elliott has been playing fiddle professionally for over 25 years and is at home in a range of styles from old timey to be-bop. Paul has toured and performed with a variety of artists including Michelle Shocked, Buell Neidlinger, The Good Old Persons, and John Reischman. He has recorded extensively for radio, television, and film as well as an impressive list of CDs that includes Scott Nygard's "No Hurry" on the Rounder label.

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Terry Enyeart

Terrence E. Enyeart, Raised in Longview Washington and now living in Bremerton WA, has been playing professionally since 1974 and teaching privately since 1984 offering Voice, Guitar, Mandolin, and Bass lessons. Music has always been a big part of family life; grandfather was a fiddler, mom was a fine piano player, father was a 4-string banjo player and award- winning National Federation square dance caller with his wife helping out on duets. Singing has been a big part of life around the Enyeart household and the lion's share of what "Turnce" brings to the musical table. Turnce was given the opportunity to join up with a national touring group but decided that Family came first so built a reputation locally and build a small studio for recording and teaching at home. Besides working with private students one-on-one, he has taught at some fine workshops including Sorrento BC, PSGW, The northwest regional folk life festival, and the many bluegrass festivals in the Northwest. He prides himself in the ability to customize a lesson plan to fit the students desires as long as it's legal and above board!

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Bill Evans

San Francisco Bay Area musician and Virginia native Bill Evans has been involved with bluegrass music and the banjo for over twenty-five years as a player, teacher, writer and historian. He occupies a unique niche in the banjo world: celebrated worldwide for his traditional and progressive bluegrass banjo styles as well as his outstanding original compositions, he also enjoys a reputation as an outstanding instructor as well as being an expert player of 19th century minstrel and classic/parlor banjo styles.

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