What do the touring Celtic & World music folk band, Four Shillings Short, and one of Sedona’s favorite musicians have in common? Well, besides recording and occasionally performing music together, they are family and will be at Cottonwood’s Old Town Center for the Arts on Friday, January 25th at 7:00 PM.
Aodh Óg O’Tuama, from Cork, Ireland, is married to band mate, Christy Martin, who is the older sister of Sedona jazz/pop singer, Susannah Martin. Catch them together for this once-in-a-lifetime concert of captivating music, rich harmonies, tender moments, stories & humor at Old Town Center for the Arts. “It is a rare and wonderful treat for me to play with my very dear and talented sister and brother-in-law”, claims vocalist, Susannah Martin.
The trio will perform a variety of World music ranging from Celtic, East Indian Ragas and Folk played on a dizzying array of instruments (over 30) including Hammered & mountain dulcimer, mandolins, guitar, banjo, Indian Sitar, Medieval & Renaissance Woodwinds, recorders and flutes, percussion, & vocals.