The Good Thymes Ceilidh (kay-lee)
Band formed in 2008. They play a wide variety of Scottish tune styles in the form of jigs, reels, strathspeys, hornpipes, marches, waltzes, and lovely slow airs. The band is comprised of four musicians: fiddles and guitar often changing up the sounds with penny whistle, bodhràn, mandolin, vocals, and occasional step dancing and bagpipes. This group shares their love of Scottish music and performs repertoire that illustrates the shared influences from the old time traditional music often enjoyed in Appalachia and beyond.
The Good Thymes Ceilidh Band
Traditional Scottish Music
Michael Dodge - fiddle/ He is a native of Nova Scotia and brings this style of fiddle music to the band.
Jenny Boyd - fiddle & mandolin/ She is the owner of Boy'd Jig and Reel: A Musical Pub
Alicia Luttrell- fiddle, whistles, bodhràn, dancing/ She is a native of Maryvile, TN and has played violin/fiddle since 1985.
David Pickens- guitar and MC is the leader of the Scottish session at Boyd's Jig and Reel.
Mary Dodge-band photographer
Kelsie Shipley- singer, bodhran, low whistle graduate of Auburn & University of Delaware