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Mary Jane Lamond and Wendy MacIsaac – Piping Live with Cathy Porter (BBC) | January 12th 2016

In August, Mary Jane and Wendy went to Glasgow, Scotland for Piping Live with Cathy Porter.

They were lucky to have Ross Martin join them for the week on guitar and Finlay MacDonald on pipes and whistle join them for this BBC recording. Super fun playing with these guys!!

CFMA and MNS Award Nominations for Wendy’s album “Off The Floor” | September 15th 2015


Wendy’s album “Off The Floor” has been nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award (Instrumental Solo Artist of the Year) and a Nova Scotia Music Award (Traditional/Roots Recording of the Year)! Congratulations, Wendy!

“How To Be a Professional Celtic Musician” With Mary Jane & Wendy | June 22nd 2015

Mary Jane gives some pointers on how to professionally record your very own Gaelic demos!

Wendy MacIsaac & Friends this weekend at the Carleton | June 10th 2015

Summer’s right around the corner and the Carleton is celebrating with an afternoon cèilidh with Wendy MacIsaac & Friends, featuring very special appearances from PEI‘s Meaghan Blanchard and the UK‘s flat-out amazing claw-hammer banjo phenom Dan Walsh! The show is this Saturday, June 13th and will start at 2 PM. Tickets are $10.

You can get your tickets and read more about the event and special guests here.

Wendy MacIsaac & Friends – Featuring Meaghan Blanchard & Dan Walsh
June 13, 2015
2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Wendy MacIsaac’s “Off The Floor” wins an ECMA! | April 13th 2015


Wendy MacIsaac won an ECMA for Traditional Instrumental Recording of the Year at the 2015 East Coast Music Awards this past weekend in St. John’s.

Congratulations to Wendy and all of the nominees!

Taking shelter from a fierce thunder and lightening storm | February 11th 2015


“Someone just came across this photo. Hmm, it might look like we’ve been evicted from our hotel rooms but in fact we were sheltering from a storm. We had been on one of those big metal outdoor stages at the Montana Folk Festival, ( in Butte, when, all of a sudden, the skies opened up and the stage manager started chasing everyone off the stage saying, “Big thunderstorm coming our way, about four miles off.” So we went to the little tent behind the stage until we were told that it wasn’t safe there either, as it had metal poles. (We aren’t very flash lightening storm saavy, apparently!)

So there we were, in the closest place to shelter, looking homeless, but happy.

The Montana Folk Festival is great, by the way. A stunning location, incredible history and architecture, wonderful people and lots of great traditional music, and it’s free! We had a great time there.”

Mary Jane