Hunter’s Moon brings together four internationally touring and recording musicians for a once-a-year multi-instrumental trans-Atlantic session.
William Pint has been a mainstay in Seattle Celtic bands since the 1970’s, when he relocated from Milwaukee, and now tours the world with Vashon Island (WA) native Felicia Dale. Mike Freeman started life in Manchester (U.K.) and now lives and tours from Kilkenny, Ireland with Alaska-born Tania Opland.
Together as Hunter’s Moon, they’re a Celtic collaboration of guitar, fiddle, bouzouki, mandolin, hurdy-gurdy, whistles, drum and voices — it’s an Irish music party you don’t want to miss.
“The combined musical powers of this quartet are awesome. The number and variety of instruments they can put on one stage is astounding, and they’re not just there for show. Their performances are always well arranged and rehearsed, sparkling with energy and musical virtuosity.” -Alice Winship for Victory Music Review