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GOOD FOR WHAT AILS Ya

Onion Honey makes folk music, sharp and sweet and mixed in with banjo and mandolin, washboard and double bass, fiddle and warm five-part harmonies. It’s a recipe for a great time and good for what ails, home-cooked comfort food for the ears.

Dave Pike, Esther Wheaton, Leanne Swantko, Kayleigh LeBlanc, and Alison Corbett play new-time traditionals, old-time originals, and all-time favourites: mountain music filtered through the Grand River Valley. They have performed in dim saloons and sunny cafés, folk festivals and country weddings, small-town castles and downtown galleries, fancy hat shops and antique train cars - and once for an audience made entirely of librarians.

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