Peter and Mary Alice Amidon are versatile and widely respected performing and teaching artists who for the past twenty years have dedicated themselves to traditional song (especially harmony singing), dance, and storytelling. The Amidons are equally at home performing a concert of stories and songs for adults or children; calling a community dance for all ages; or leading harmony-singing workshops with adults.
Stefan Amidon, a gifted singer and singing leader, leads shape note singing at the Old Songs Festival. Although he is best known as a percussionist and singer with the Sweetback Sisters, the Starry Mountain Singers, and The Devil Makes Three, he is also becoming a hot mandolin player, and a deeply meditative old time fiddler.
Brattleboro shape note singers, Tony Barrand, Keith Murphy, Walter Slowinsky, Tom Yahner, Calvin Farewell, Peter Amidon, Stefan Amidon, Andy Davis, Tom Green, Larry Crockett, Stan Sharkey, Connie Green, Becky Graber, Mary Cay Brass, Ellen Crockett, Carol Crompton, Ines Zeller Bass, Perrin Scott, Mary Alice Amidon, Barb Ackemann, Victoria Mansuri, Tim Kieschnick, Wendy Fiering, Harris Fiering
Want to sing along but need the music? Here it is: Old Songs Shape Note Songs