Lissa Schneckenburger: New England fiddler and folk singer

press kit

What The Press Has To Say:

"Schneckenburger's playing is... quietly virtuosic... her voice is pure and clear, full of simple emotion..." --All Music Guide

"Sweet, story teller's singing voice"  -- Folkwax

World class fiddler …. far from just offering one dance tune after another, simple settings allow the true beauty of the music to shine through."  -- Sing Out

Lovely, gentle voice"  -- Dissolver

Young rising star"  -- Sun Journal, Lewiston Maine

Hugely endearing and toe-tappingly enjoyable." -- Folk Roots

…lovely singer and literate, catchy songwriter.."  -- Scott Alarik, Boston Globe

Tasty and feisty fiddle" -- Folk Roots

Many promising years ahead of this young talent" -- Fiddler Magazine

[Lissa] has a hot hand with the reels and jigs, mixing deftly ornamented traditional tunes …with clever perky originals" -- Dirty Linen

Lissa blows out the cobwebs in no uncertain fashion . . . Lissa Schneckenburger’s name is one we ought to be hearing more of." -- Folk Roots

Her talent lies in crafting pendulating melodies . . . innovative freewheeling arrangements..." -- Dirty Linen

…exhilarating young traditional performer!…" -- Dirty Linen

… a slick and versatile fiddler… makes for great dance music.." -- Dirty Linen PRAISE FOR LISSA'S SELF TITLED RELEASE

A perfect accompaniment to your Saturday morning coffee and crossword, it's a beautiful blend of violin and voice, backed by a diverse and quite talented group of musicians"  -- Dissolver

Lissa... sparkles in the forefront of the music with a fresh, appealing sound"  -- Rambles

The mix of instrumentals and traditional songs help keep the album from falling into any ruts, and makes this a great listen for fans of Celtic music and the singer/songwriter genre alike"  -- Dissolver

The disc is pure listening pleasure, like a cool and refreshing breeze on a sultry afternoon. The first time I listened I had to restrain myself from hitting the repeat button on some tracks because I was equally eager to hear what was coming."  -- Rambles

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