Dynamic duo Jil Chambless and Scooter Muse skillfully perform the music of Scotland, Ireland and early America.
Chambless was introduced to Celtic music in 1989, when she joined Henri’s Notions, the longest performing Celtic band in the southeastern United States. Muse, an accomplished five-string banjo player with roots in bluegrass, turned his attention to the Celtic guitar around the same time. He toured for eight years with the Full Moon Ensemble before joining Henri’s Notions in 2003.
Chambless (vocals, flute) and Muse (guitars, banjo) began performing together in 2010, playing small house concerts, major Celtic festivals and Highland Games. In 2011, they released their first CD as a duo, The Laverock Sang. Their most recent album, Passing Tales & Glories (2014), features talented guests on mandolin, cittern, fiddle, pipes and more.