With a classical training tempered by a sojourn in Bluegrass and Old-Time, Bronnie Griffin broadened her already considerable abilities after she went to the well of the tradition, and spent over 10 years in Ireland busking, traveling the country playing ceilis, learning the music at sessions, and listening to the great tune keepers and lore masters.
She returned and played around the U.S. sharing the stage with the likes of Kevin Burke, Gerry O’Beirne, Johnny B. Connolly, Nancy Conescu, Cary Novotny, and John Williams of Solas among many others. She has performed at Festivals across the country including and is a regular fixture at the Yachats Celtic Festival on the Oregon coast. Today she lives in the musically rich and diverse city of Portland, Oregon where Celtic music flourishes, enriched by the vibrant and eclectic world scene, all of which is reflected in Bronnie’s playing.
Her debut album Three Colours Ginger was met with rave reviews with one critic referring to the inclusion of poems read by fiddler Kevin Burke to have been a "master stroke," to the album's content. With one stellar album under her belt, and another forthcoming, Bronnie Griffin brings a strong bow, melodic lift, and sheer joy to the world of traditional music.