Dan Berggren is recognized as one of the finest songwriters in the
North East and has received both the Presidents Award for Excellence in Teaching
and the New York State Outdoor Education Assoc. Art and Literature Award.
Dan has released five recordings of original songs; Adirondack Green, Sitting
in Your Kitchen, Mountain Air, Now Please Welcome, and Cloud Splitter.
Peggy Lynn, better known as "The First Lady of Adirondack Music",
is recognized nationwide for her soulful songwriting and extraordinary vocal
versatility. Her work has been featured at the famous Bluebird Café
in Nashville, and in 1996 Peggy was selected "Adirondack Woman Of The Year".
She has released six recordings, Determination, Chameleon, Bio Songs, Earned
These Lines, Cloudsplitter and Close To The Sun. Peggy and Dan Duggan also
have a newly released CD "A Stitch in Time", songs celebrating the art and
heritage of Quilting.
Dan Duggan is known nationally for his wizardry on Hammered Dulcimer
and Flat Picking Guitar, and is the recipient of the National Hammered Dulcimer
Championship. Dan has recorded four albums of original compositions, "First
Frost", "Last of May", "Seasons of Change", and "Trillium Lane" as well as
three albums of traditional holiday music "Christmas Morn", "Winters Eve",
and "All Through The Night. Dan's recently released CD, "The Pieces of Our
Life" original songs written with children, received a 1998 Parents Choice
Approval Award. Dan's dulcimer work can also be heard on Paul Simon's CD
"Your The One" released in October of 2000.
The Trio combines original and traditional songs and tunes with masterful
harmonies and soulful arrangements. On stage, the three have found a chemistry
rarely seen in traditional music circles. The groups gift of insight is coupled
with dynamic songwriting and instrumental virtuosity. The three recently
released a CD of original songs and tunes titled "Ten Miles To Saturday Night".
Their concerts have delighted audiences from Maine to California.