Australian Celtic folk-rock group Spiral Dance was co-founded by vocalist Adrienne Piggott and guitarist Nick Carter in Australia in 1992. Motivated by both music and common myths of Celtic lands, the group would afterwards go on to add Ingrid Hapke (violin, vocals), David Bentley (bass electric guitar), Paul Gooding (accordion, keyboards), and Rick Kearsley (percussion). Although group’s first formal performance was on the South Australian Folk Celebration in 1993, their initial record, Woman of the planet earth, had not been released until 1996. Their follow-up, Within the Nine Waves, premiered the following season. The group produced programs to tour america in 1999 following the debut of their third record, Magick, but cannot raise the cash and instead chosen a tour of their indigenous Australia. Additional travels and festival looks continuing until 2002, when the music group released its forth studio room recording, Notes to be. The following 12 months, the group was finally in a position to play some shows in america. After going for a year faraway from touring and documenting in 2004, Spiral Dance performed a joint concert with Inkubus Sukkubus, resulting in an invitation to become listed on the group for displays in European countries. After time for the studio room for the 2006 launch, The Quickening, the group produced its 1st live documenting, Worts ‘n’ All, which debuted in 2007. Spiral Dance produced plans release a another studio recording in 2008.