Mary Jane Lamond has a warm and rich singing voice with some of the clearest diction you could hope to find. Although she was a student of Celtic Studies, her approach to her material is not that of a dusty academic, but rather that of a storyteller who is passionate about the material she sings, and who wants to get that story over to her listeners. This she easily and effortlessly achieves as her voice not only carries all the subtleties of the tunes, but also gets to the core spirit of the message.
Wendy MacIsaac is a fiddle and mandolin player and pianist of distinction, who (like so many from that airt) can combine all this with step-dancing, too. Her playing is as clear and crisp as the frost on a Cape Breton winter