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  • abbie: I've never before listened to the words this carefully before, and they are so sad and beatific
  • AaronFowler: yes
  • abbie: This is my new favorite
  • AaronFowler: NIce Steve. Great song.
  • abbie: Clap, clap, Clap
  • abbie: Very funny and full of moles and holes!
  • abbie: This is my favorite song, every time I hear it, I end up singing it for weeks!
  • abbie: Please do that last one again
  • abbie: Please
  • Jonks: Fine stuff. Thanks to you both
  • AaronFowler: Thanks friends!
  • Jlk tipped $2!
  • Anne bought reward: "digital download of one of Erin's CDs"
  • Erinmaemusic: The Kids are almost ready! Just a few more minutes
  • Anne: Well, while waiting, just like to say 'Hi" to all the other audience members,from a sunny Aiutumn morning in Australia
  • Anne: Autumn..
  • Elaine K.: hi, Anne
  • Anne: Hi Elaine.
  • KLO bought reward: "digital download of one of Erin's CDs"
  • Kathy Wilson bought reward: "provide a scholarship for someone in need to get a private lesson"
  • KLO: Love how you dressed up the Mole in the Ground tune. so cool.
  • dulcimercrossing: ???!!
  • KLO: I am referring to the little musical embellishments that make the song so pretty.
  • steve-eulberg: so the railroad man is a vampire? that's a new twist
  • steve-eulberg bought reward: "a virtual HUG from everyone here -- spread the love!"
  • john-dickerson bought reward: "a virtual HUG from everyone here -- spread the love!"
  • Anne: Actually, I think the break would be a good 'self-promotion' time for Erin to show viewers her books and CDS ...
  • Anne: Thanks for the shout out Erin.
  • Anne: What was the name of the slip jig?
  • Erinmaemusic: Anne, I believe the name of that slip jig was "kid on a mountain"
  • Denny: Hi, friends from GPDA!
  • Anne: Thanks Erin. I'd like to get the music/TAB for that. I really like it..
  • Denny: Great concert!
  • Anne: Far from it all as I am, it has been great to see how a part of the dulcimer community works. It's lovely to see such a variation in ages and styles of music making music together. Thanks for sharing this Erin.

Past shows

  • Erin Mae & Friends LIVE at Metro Coffee

    This show was on Apr 28th, 2018 | 28 people watched
    1 Comment
    • Apr 28
      Nice settIng, creative arrangements, new tunes and fun hearing your students!
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  • Steve Eulberg & Erin Mae house concert

    This show was on Jan 30th, 2018 | 60 people watched
    2 Comments
    • Jan 30
      The last song.
    • Jan 31
      Enjoyed what I saw, but had to reload many times and finally had to sign out. My first time seeing Steve, and I was enjoying the performance...
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Erin Mae is a mountain dulcimer virtuosa who has taken an obscure American folk instrument, and with it has developed a high level of technical proficiency and musical expression. Erin has been playing for over twenty years and in that time has developed a unique and progressive style. She performs extensively as part of a duo, Scenic Roots. Carrying the rhythm section with her signature... more

Erin Mae is a mountain dulcimer virtuosa who has taken an obscure American folk instrument, and with it has developed a high level of technical proficiency and musical expression. Erin has been playing for over twenty years and in that time has developed a unique and progressive style. She performs extensively as part of a duo, Scenic Roots. Carrying the rhythm section with her signature percussive chop and flat-picking fiddle tunes with impressive dexterity; audiences nationwide show amazement as they watch her fingers dance over her dulcimer strings. One guitar player quipped, "Erin can do more with three strings than I can do with six."

Erin Mae received her first mountain dulcimer at the age of seven. Ten years later, in 2004, she won the prestigious National Mountain Dulcimer Championship; making her youngest winner of the award at the time. Erin went on to study classical piano at Sterling College in Sterling, KS before pursuing a degree in Commercial Music, with an emphasis in bluegrass and acoustic jazz, through South Plains College in Levelland, TX. She graduated in 2010, becoming the first mountain dulcimer player to complete the program; and began touring full-time as part of the duo Scenic Roots. Erin has participated as an instructor at children’s music camps; as well as various festivals, and providing private lessons.

Erin Mae is a cancer survivor -- and played her mountain dulcimer through every chemotherapy treatment. She firmly believes that her music and faith were paramount to her healing. Erin is currently working on a book project documenting her struggle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and the impact this event has had on her music and worldview. Erin strives to let her music and story act as a beacon of light for those going through difficult times. You can hear that passion as Erin Mae culls from her instrument music which lifts the spirit and heals the soul.

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