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Darcie Deaville

Canadian-born folkie Darcie Deaville began busking in Toronto at age 16, relocating to Phoenix, Arizona through the middle-’80s; a virtuoso fiddler, she also excelled over the mandolin, and was the first girl (along with the first Canadian) to contend in the Country wide Flatpick Championships in Winfield, Kansas. (Various other honors add a songwriting award in the Kerrville New Folk celebration.) After issuing her debut LP, Last Hitchhiker over the Shed Highway, in 1991, Deaville arrived in Austin, Tx, later joining the neighborhood alt-country music group the Meats Purveyors; in 1994, she also released Methods to Take a flight, a duet record with fellow vocalist/songwriter Jane Gillman. The single Tornado in Slo-Mo implemented in 1999, implemented within the next a decade by two albums for Taller Pup, 2004’s Has the Fiddle and Sings and 2007’s Livin’ over the Lucky Side.

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