Videos

Bad to the Bow playing El Baile Del Puma

The entire Group plays El Baile Del Puma (The Dance of the Puma), by the Vancouver musical group, The Paperboys,  at the Sunshine Coast Performing Arts Festival, May 4, 2011, in the Heritage Hall in Gibsons. (video: Linda Sabiston).

Bad to the Bow ( Green Group) playing  Slaraffen and Joy Of It

The Green Group plays Slaraffen, written by the Norwegian fiddle duo “Spindle”, and Joy of It, a modern Scottish tune written by the Shetland fiddler Catriona MacDonald. Performed at the Sunsine Coast Festival of the Performing Arts, May 4th, 2011, at the Heritage Hall in Gibsons. (filmed by Linda Sabiston).

Snowy Night in March

Performed by the Green Group at the Sunshine Coast Festival of Performing Arts,  Gibsons Heritage Theatre,  May 4th, 2010. (filmed by Linda Sabiston).

Bad to the Bow playing  Fil et Bobine & Les Poules Huppes

Bad To The Bow performing at the Sunshine Coast Festival of the Performing Arts in the Heritage Hall, Gibsons on, May 4th, 2011. (filmed by Linda Sabiston).

Mr. Sullivan and Mr. Jones

At the Coast String Fiddlers Christmas Concert/Ceilidh at Roberts Creek Hall, Dec. 5th, 2010. (filmed by Fred Mason).

The Green Group plays two songs:

These tunes are by two young Canadian fiddlers- Help Me Shane by Benoit LeFebvre, and The Julia by Maya Broeke.  Performance was part of the Elves Club Telethon, filmed at the Heritage Playhouse in Gibsons on Saturday, December 4th, 2010. (filmed by Fred Mason).

Bad to the Bow performs in Lower Gibsons …

BILLY JEAN

Bad to the Bow playing A Prayer for Oliver
Written by Madeline Lough for her friend Oliver Schroer. Solo by Simon Gidora.

MacDougall’s Pride (by Ashely MacIssac) and Eagle’s Whistle
— performed at the 2010 Sunshine Coast Festival of Music

Carlene’s Boogie
— performed at the 2010 Sunshine Coast Festival of Music

Sardy Pardy, Miss Jena (by Hanneke Cassel) and Road to Errogie
— performed at the 2010 Sunshine Coast Festival of Music


2009 Performances

Gap Tooth (by Casey Dreisen) and The Sailing Set (Off to Sail the World/White Sails, Blue Sky) (by Oliver Schroer)
The group plays a Casey Driessen fiddle tune called Gap Tooth followed by The Sailing Set by Oliver Schroer — performed at the 2009 Sunshine Coast Festival of Music (filmed by Linda Sabiston):

Never Again
The group performs the Oliver Schroer’s Never Again tune at the recent Sunshine Coast Festival of Performing Arts 2009 (filmed by Fred Mason):