“With wit, humour & seemingly ceaseless energy, Jesse Périard, with brothers Rowen & Caleb Gallant, ignite onstage as Ten Strings And A Goat Skin”.
Nominated for two 2014 Canadian Folk Music awards, Ten Strings And A Goat Skin is a young bilingual trad/folk/fusion trio celebrating the music of the Irish, Acadien, French & Maritime cultures. Known for a rare musicality and for Integrating modern & world rhythms with traditional & original tunes, they create a fiery, contagious & unique sound that has them touring throughout Canada, the US and Europe. Having the time of their lives immersed in the music they love, hailing for the North Shore of Prince Edward Island, Jesse Périard and brothers Rowen and Caleb Gallant seemingly ignite onstage as Ten Strings And A Goat Skin.
The award winning band has received much critical acclaim and been nominated for several key awards including MUSIC PEI’s 2012 Roots Traditional Recording of the Year, nominated for 2012 East Coast Music Association’s Roots Traditional Group Recording of the Year for their debut album, ‘Tri’, they continue to make waves with the launch of their bilingual CD “Corbeau”, earning another ECMA nomination for Roots Traditional Group Recording of the Year in 2014.
A lengthy touring resume includes premier Canadian, US & European folk festivals & showcases.
“...the young trio has steadily made a huge name all over the Maritimes over the past two years and has seemingly played absolutely everywhere,....this on-fire fiddle/guitar/percussion trio have harnessed a traditional spirit between them that is completely intoxicating, playing everything from French to Irish to even Gypsy music. You just never know where their ceaseless energy will take you next.”
Todd Maclean – The Guardian - 2013
“..wowing audiences all over North America!”
Stephen Cooke - The Chronicle Herald – May 2014
“A seamless, polished, barrel-drum-tight, innovative and wildly entertaining trad. music powerhouse”
Todd MacLean - The Guardian - July 2014
Contact Leila Cooper tel 01377 219903