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Start with an accomplished singer songwriter of Maritime traditional and original folk music, put him together with a master fiddle/mandolin/banjo player with roots in the Adirondacks, add a skilled guitar player and round it all off with a masterful bass player who is also a top notch Scottish Piper and you have the wonderful collaboration of Vince Morash, Jim Smith, James Crouse and Mark Rowsome who collectively are known as Crossession.

Fronting this highly talented ensemble, Vince Morash has established himself as one of the most prolific writers and performers of original Maritime flavoured folk music. His two CDs - Tide to Tradition and Hold On - have brought his music to discerning ears right across the country.

Jim Smith, also a gifted singer/songwriter, adds his own vocal performances and harmonies to the Crossession experience, and with high-energy fiddle work really anchors down the unique sound of this creative ensemble.

James Crouse is a seasoned guitarist with an ear for adding just the right amount of the good old acoustic lead, and has been known to add a flair of vocal harmony to many of the original and traditional tunes this group carries in their repertoire.

What makes Crossession a real delight is the bass foundation which Mark Rowsome throws in to keep this collaboration altogether. And as an added thrill, when he fires up the bagpipes, there can be no doubt that Celtic roots run deep in the soul of this group.

For further information on Crossession, contact Vince Morash at (902) 454-4666


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