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Here is a list of the musicians who have or will entertain us at the market.  See our Events page for a list of who will be playing at our next market.

David Grover

Berkshire's David Grover is a first-rate performer, song writer, and producer. 

For the latest information about David visit his Facebook page.

David seen here playing with Linda Worster at the West Stockbridge Farmers Market.

Donald McGrory

Visit Donald website to find his schedule, listen to his music and see videos of him playing.


Fiddler Cassandra Cleghorn and guitarist Jeffrey Levine play original arrangements of traditional tunes from Ireland, Quebec and New England.  These two play as one.  Delighting listeners in France, Ireland, Quebec, New England and California, Duo Eamon play original arrangements of fiery Irish reels and jigs, and lyrical airs and waltzes for fiddle and guitar.  "Sonorous, penetrating, energizing," writes one  reviewer.  "Waou! Merci mille foie," says another, "This CD saved my life!" Come hear new tunes and favorites from their popular CD."

With a wide following in the Northeast, DuoEamon are known especially for their lovely waltzes and airs, and their high-powered jigs and reels make them as suitable for pubs and barns as for brunch-gigs and weddings.  Seasoned performers with a passionate stage-presence.

Visit to find out more.

Linda Worster
Visit Linda website at you can purchase Linda's CDs at

Moonshine Holler

Featuring spine-tingling vocal harmonies, spirited banjo/fiddle breakdowns, hillbilly blues, jugband stompers and ballads, and with some flatfoot dancing to boot, Moonshine Holler captures the essence of American southern roots music.  Known for their prowess on more musical instruments than they can juggle, including fiddle, banjo, guitar, Hawaiian guitar, harmonica and ukulele, the duet has performed at festivals, concerts and music camps across the country.  Bradley recently toured Germany and the U.S with old-time darlings "Uncle Earl"; she has also toured and recorded with banjo innovator Tony Trischka and traditional music powerhouse Bruce Molsky and appears on Trischka's latest CD "Territory", named 2009 "Best Americana Album" by the Independent Music Awards (IMA).  Dillof is a member of the legendary NYC-based band "Major Contay & The Canebrake Rattlers" who have been mining recorded string band music for over 30 years.  Together, as Moonshine Holler, they can only be described as "a two person music festival which captures the essence of American southern roots music."  In their program "Appalachian Roots & Branches" they will demonstrate the various influences that have shaped traditional American music.
Paula Bradley (guitar, banjo, uke); Bill Dillof (Fiddle, banjo, harmonica); website is and on Facebook

Richard Stanmeyer

To listen to Richard visit

Ryan Hollander

You can download a free song from Ryan's website