Sheesham and Lotus’ commitment to the preservation of music and tradition of the past is indelible. At the core of the show is a repertoire based on their love of the American fiddle tune, joyously played  with banjo and before long, a startling array of traditional and non-trad instruments make appearances.

Tunes played on jaw-harps, gourd banjos and homemade instruments like the Contrabass HarmoniPhonium add depth and absurdity to their amazing sound, as they sing into their patented Sepia-phonic Mono-phone, an acoustical filter into which they project their voices in stupefying harmonies, while playing ragtime and blues in pleasing mono-phonic delivery.

As a banjo and fiddle duet, and with their critically acclaimed trio, (Sheesham and Lotus & ‘Son) Sheesham and Lotus have established themselves as an act that has it all, combining astounding musicianship and fearless grooves with a show that is dynamic and entertaining.




Private Party
Peterborough,  ON
December 13th

Ethnomusicology Talk
Queens University, Kingston, ON
January 15th, 6:30pm

Sir John’s Public House
Kingston, ON
January 16th, 9pm

The Dance Flurry
Saratoga Springs, NY
February 13th-15th

Irene’s Pub
Ottawa, ON
February 27th, 9pm

The SnowKing Festival
YellowKnife, NWT
March 6th-8th

Toronto Contra Dance
Toronto, ON
March 28th, 7:30pm

Home Routes Tour
Ontario and Quebec

Concert, St Matthew’s United
Thomasburg, ON
June 4th, 7:30pm

SO Festival
Lincolnshire, UK
June 27th to July 5th

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