Wilder’s Fiddler Betse Ellis Embarks on Solo Career!

Image634764028897337588Quicksilver Welcomes Betse Ellis

Quicksilver  announces Betse Ellis as the Newest Star in their Cavalcade as she embarks on her solo career.  Betse Ellis is a renowned fiddler and if you've seen her perform with  "hillbilly riot band" The Wilders you know she's got what it takes to brave the stage on her own.  A review of a recent show in NYC said ...
"With the talent, the material, and the personality to enhance it, a solo set from Ellis can be far more captivating than watching many full bands. As an original member of The Wilders, Ellis has the experience and the chutzpah to command a stage by implementing a mix of her own tunes and classics.
Her set included songs from artists like The Doc Watson Family and John Hartford, along with a few originals. These songs ran the gamut of humorous ("Drunkard's Hiccups"), insightful ("It's A Hard Time in This World," a song she played on tenor guitar), yet always entertaining. Ellis closed out her set with a rendition of The Clash's "Straight To Hell" - a fine example of her rock influences tinged with a traditional flare and culminating in an amusing and accessible flavor." Michelle Bacon, Editor in Chief of The Deli , NYC
Quicksilver is thrilled to support Betse in this next stage of her career. 
Look for Betse at a festival, club or listening room near  you in the months to come. Hip Hip Hooray! 
Like Quicksilver's Facebook page and download Betse's fiesty renditon of "John Henry" featured on our first ever Quicksilver Sampler, details below and on Facebook.

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