Arbo is blessed with an unmistakable voice, both light and sultry, with a hint of tremolo and smoke.”

— Acoustic Guitar Magazine

RANI ARBO & GREG RYAN

Rani Arbo is a fiddler, guitarist, songwriter and song collector. She has toured nationally for more than 20 years, most of them with the quartet Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem (Signature Sounds), which frequents folk festivals from coast to coast. Rani has toured and recorded with Joan Baez, John McCutcheon and many others.  Greg Ryan performed for years as a singer/songwriter before forming the modern gypsy jazz group They Might Be Gypsies with his son Aidan. Their two records received rave reviews, with their debut album winning the Times Argus' Instrumental Album of the Year. In addition to playing with They Might Be Gypsies, Greg performs with the gypsy jazz group The Queen City Hot Club. 
Together they perform Arbo’s wry, reflective originals, as well as traditional and cover songs, from Appalachian ballads to Ray Lamontagne. Acoustic Guitar Magazine writes, “Arbo is blessed with an unmistakable voice, both light and sultry, with a hint of tremolo and smoke.”
 
With the Seeger family at the annual Pete Seeger tribute in Hancock, Vermont

With the Seeger family at the annual Pete Seeger tribute in Hancock, Vermont

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