Pam Weeks

 

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My Bands:
T-Acadie
This is my most active and versatile band - folk trio, Cajun and contradance band!

       T-Acadie on Youtube.com

Each summer we perform several times at a resort on the Maine Coast called The Rock Gardens Inn. We do a mixture of songs and tunes, and teach contradancing to the guests. This is a video of T-Acadie with Bill Olson calling a silly and fun Quebecois dance called "Une, Deux, Trois, Poussez!"
       T-Acadie at the Guiding Star Grange
Here's a video from when we played the Greenfield, MA contradance several years ago. You can actually see the band in this one!
For more videos check our T-Acadie website!
       
T-Acadie EPK
 
Jimmyjo & the Jumbol'Ayuhs
Maine's premier Cajun dance band!
 
Scrod Pudding
          Scrod Pudding no longer headlines at the Bowdoinham Town Hall dance series, but we are still available for public and private
          events. There's nothing like the "big band" sound!
A Few Friends:
Bear Meadow Dulcimers
Dwain Wilder is heir to the famous "Sunhearth" dulcimer business, and rightly so. His dulcimers are true works of art. I have played my "Swan" for many years with great joy. It is at it's best as a solo instrument with a well-rounded but still sweet - almost shimmery - voice.
Bill Olson
the musings of and info about my partner and contradance caller/composer extrordinaire, Bill Olson.
Don Roy
Don is a wonderful Franco-Maine fiddler, a fine violin maker, the leader of Fiddle-icious!, and a good friend.
Fiddle-icious!
Fiddle-icious grew out of a monthly session Don Roy was leading in Portland, Maine. Today there are close to 100 members - fiddles, accordions, guitars and a smattering of other instruments. I'm honored that they've played my tunes and that I'm involved with them. All levels of ability are welcome, check it out!
Greg Anderson's Music Page
Greg is my bandmate in Scrod Pudding, and, in my humble opinion, one of the best kept secrets of the Maine traditional music scene. He's an awesome hammered dulcimer player and teacher, and one heck of a nice guy!
Jeremy Seeger Dulcimers
Jeremy made the cherry and butternut dulcimer featured on 'The Trestle Bridge' and pictured on this web site. His instruments are well-balanced and sweet sounding, but can still cut through a mixture of other instruments (including accordion) to be heard as the lead voice. I have other dulcimers that I love, but this is my main instrument.
Maine Fiddle Camp
"Twice the program at half the price!"