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From Ulster to Appalachia & Other Musings

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Local Middle school history teacher Mike Ferry has a side job. He makes fiddle music. On his latest album, “From Ulster to Appalachia,” Ferry explores the thread of how Irish-Scotch music made its way from Donegal, Ireland and parts of nearby Scotland into American culture. (Photo: Pixaby/Eilean Donan)  

Coming up on tonight’s World Music Show (9/26) , I’m in conversation with local fiddler and history teacher Mike Ferry, whose new album “From Ulster to Appalachia,” traces how Scotch-Irish music made its way into Americana music. Plus, I’ll feature the usual smattering of world music, including tracks from Piers Faccini, Leni Stern, Moken, Angelica Garcia and more! 

 

Mike Ferry
Mike Ferry