Bluegrass Mass with Otter Creek and the Salt Lake Choral Artists.
IOtter Creek combines folk music with old time, sprinkles it with a seasoning of Celtic and western roots, and produces a wonderful sound that is both unique and refreshing. Peter sings right from the heart while, at the same time, brings a magical musical talent to whatever instrument he picks up. Not only does Mary have a captivating voice, she coaxes tones from her fiddle that can only be matched by a first chair violinist in a national acclaimed symphony. Together they make a duo that is both a technical marvel and tastefully perfect. These are two of the nicest people I have ever met and two of the finest musicians America has to offer.
-Gene Bach,Siskiyou Bluegrass Show,KSYC 103.9FM, Yreka, California
This creative dynamic duo harmonizes wonderfully with fresh song writing and fine arrangements. It’s a treat to listen to voices and instruments that not only exhibit mastery but also passion in what they create.
-Ed Mellnik, KBOO, Portland Oregon
...Simply delightful! This project has it all: old-time harmonies, instrumental expertise, adept songwriting, and fresh interpretations of traditional songs and tunes. I was thoroughly engaged from the first track to the last!
-Jen "Lil Ginny" Hajj, host of the Bluegrass Express on KRCL 90.9 FM in Salt Lake City
"The morning after: I'm still spell-bound... you guys let your instruments sing as if they were your best friends trying to tell you something really, really important --- and so there was something both captivating, yet patient, WAY revealing, yet beautifully unresolved as well (as almost all of life truly is). Seriously. I'm still just hearing it in my head, and smiling. Thank you, Danzig family."
-Joe Charbonneau, Sol Songs Concert Series, solsongs.com