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Jamie Gans came to Indiana from St. Paul, Minnesota, where he had established himself as one of the foremost fiddlers in the Northern Midwest. Adept at a variety of fiddle styles, Jamie has performed with some of the great players in Irish, Canadian, and Old Time music. In the 1980’s, as a Canadian resident, he was a founding member of the Ontario-based group, Six Mile Bridge. The late, great Leo Browne, of Ottawa, was his fiddling mentor and introduced Jamie to the music of eastern Canada and
I have been a collector, performer and teacher of traditional forms of fiddle music from the Celtic countries of Ireland and Scotland, and North America for over 30 years. In the late 1970’s I visited and researched the music and culture of these countries to build upon my love and understanding of this traditional but still innovative art form. I am also a dual citizen of both Canada and the US. I love the unrecognized history and traditional music from both sides of the border and their connections to the Celtic culture.
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