Fiddler Tom Rigney has contributed greater than a quarter-of-a-century to origins music in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. After graduating from Harvard having a Experts in good arts, he continued to try out the fiddle for any band named Back the Saddle. That stint brought him a Bammie (Bay Region Music Award) in the first ’80s, because of his performance within the group’s 1st album. The music group independently issued among Rigney’s compositions, “Period & Once again,” which became a local hit. When Back the Saddle folded, Rigney shifted to Queen Ida & the Bon Temps Zydeco Music group. While touring using the group, he found fully value the music of Louisiana, particularly zydeco, Cajun, plus some noises of New Orleans. He required his new gratitude for Louisiana’s music to his following venture, a music group known as the Sundogs that teamed Rigney with T.J. Politzer and Joe Paquin. Rigney as well as the Sundogs released a lot more than half-a-dozen albums and spent greater than a dozen years collectively. They required their combination of blues, Cajun, and origins music to phases and festivals through the entire U.S., in addition to in European countries and Canada. Upon departing the Sundogs, Rigney drawn collectively a new clothing, Flambeau. The music group includes guitarist Danny Caron, accordionist and pianist Caroline Dahl, drummer Jimmy Sanchez, and bassist Steve Parks. Rigney composes a lot of the band’s music, but Flambeau also takes on many of the aged zydeco and Cajun favorites. Furthermore to recording along with his rings, Rigney also offers a solo work to his credit. Chasing the Devil premiered in 1998 by Parhelion. Rigney, child of the past due SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Giants infielder and supervisor Bill Rigney, grew up within the Bay Area.