HEIDIE MULLER
Over twenty-five years of performing, Heidi’s done about
everything a folksinger can do, from award-winning
songwriting to appearing on the main stage at major folk
festivals to working as an artist-in-residence in schools.  
Described as a “lark-voiced singer” and a writer of
“songs created from true heart,” Heidi’s coming all the
way from Enterprise, Oregon to sing and play magic in
her second appearance at the Great American.
MILLER, MEYER, & MILLER
Anyone who’s seen Jim Miller and Fred Meyer’s
zany YouTube videos knows a stage performance
involving these two is destined to be a hoot. Jim’s
musical inventions and multi-instrumental
abilities, plus Fred’s mountain dulcimer and hurdy-
gurdy virtuosity are nothing short of astonishing.
Cheri Miller’s guitar rhythm brings a touch of
order to the trio’s music; still you never know
when hilarity might break out!
ANNE MACFIE
A co-founder of the GADC 40 years ago, Anne directs
and hosts the festival.  Her career as a folksinger and
songwriter has taken her all over the continental US
and to eleven European countries.  A resident of
Appalachian Kentucky, she teaches folk songs and
mountain dulcimer in several of the University of
Kentucky’s Road Scholar programs.
NANCY JOHNSON BARKER
&  JOSH NOE
Besides establishing Louisville Dulcimer Society, Kentucky
Music Weekend, KM Week and KM Winter Weekend, Nancy
taught mountain dulcimer to a whole generation of
Bardstown, Kentucky, schoolkids.  Her now-grown-up star
pupil, Josh, joins her in a collaboration that will bring
together Nancy's melodic playing style and Josh's
contest-winning chops in new arrangements of originals
and traditional favorites.
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FEBRUARY SKY
This unique duo features compelling,
seamlessly phrased vocals and highly original
writing, along with wide knowledge of traditional
balladry and accomplished use of many
stringed instruments, including mountain
dulcimer, guitar, mandolin and banjo.  From
Chicago, Susan Urban and Phil Cooper have
relocated to rural Michigan – a “far piece” to
Pine Mountain for their GADC debut.
Once an accomplished solo pianist, Ted’s put his
musical know-how into developing an innovative
approach to playing popular music on the
hammered dulcimer, so unique it has become
known as “Yoderizing.”  He was 2010’s National
Hammered Dulcimer Champion and, in addition to
keeping up a busy performing schedule, has
released several albums of his music and an
instructional book.  He lives in Goshen, Indiana.
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