Pam Weeks is an outstanding fiddler, Appalachian dulcimer player, singer, and tunesmith from Western Maine. Pam is best known as a multi-instrumentalist and singer with the Maine folk trio, Ti-Acadie, She is also fiddler and singer in the Maine-based Cajun dance band, Jimmyjo & the Jumbol'ayuhs, plays fiddle and mountain dulcimer in the infamous Maine contradance band, Scrod Pudding, and performs solo or in duet with guitar player and caller Bill Olson. Pam is an accomplished tunesmith and has composed scores of tunes, from lively jigs and reels, to entrancing airs and beautiful waltzes. 'The Trestle Bridge' showcases her on mountain dulcimer playing Irish, Scandinavian, Quebecois, Old Timey, and original music. Pam is joined on this recording by legendary Maine guitar player Denny Breau, Dave Rowe, T-Acadie and Jumbol'Ayuh bandmates Bill Olson and Jim Joseph, and Keith Garovoy.
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