The Old Wild Fiddler The Old Fiddle Guy David Kuncicky
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 Kala Ramnath
An American in Texas

Santa Fe Reporter Review of An American In Texas
Santa Fe Reporter June 2016
reviewed by Alex De Vore

Kudos to Kuncicky for registering the super-apt website domain, “oldfiddleguy.com,” and double-kudos for absolutely slaying, old fiddle guy or not. An American in Texas not only weaves in and out of styles so deftly it’s mind-boggling, the entire production is absolutely perfect. From the Spanish-sounding opener “Old Stoat” and the oh-so-bluegrass movements of “Snake in the Grass” to the Irish-esque “Bending the Dragon” and the gorgeous closing title track, the entire album is so jubilant that Kuncicky’s absolute love of fiddle-driven numbers practically jumps off the album and hugs you tight. In a sea of emulators, the man has gone all-original amid an old-timey style of music, and this is no small feat. Like fiddle? You need this.

There's 13 hundred and 52 fiddle players in Asheville, and every one of them plays fiddle better than I will. Asheville cats, been playing since they's babies ...
 
Dave is proud to be sponsored by:

The Honore Derazey Fine Fiddle Shop

Been making 'em since 1860. Get one today!
Honore Derazey fiddle
Dave exclusively uses:

Gaucho 12.5 ga. 4pt strings

They never rust and the barbs will keep the riff-raff away from your axe.
Barbed Wire
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 Papadakis Koutzourelis
Winner (best novelty song) 2017 New Mexico Music Awards
Semi-finalist (best novelty song) 2016 International Songwriting Competition Two More Months 'til Medicare

Contact the Old Fiddle Guy:

PO Box 2858, Santa Fe, NM 87504
e-mail: oldfiddleguy at gmail.com