Fae Wiedenhoeft | Castle Walls

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Castle Walls

by Fae Wiedenhoeft

With dreamy textures, a velvet voice, and the echoes of the Celtic winds.. this award winning songwriter will pull at your heart, sing to you of sweet sadness, and remind you that all is not lost.
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1. The Wild
4:35 $1.29
2. West Coast Morning
3:21 $1.29
3. Wings
3:47 $1.29
4. For Karen
3:34 $1.29
5. Vidalia
3:10 $1.29
6. Cuillins of Rhum
2:55 $1.29
7. Melody
4:46 $1.29
8. Henry Martin
4:34 $1.29
9. Parksville
4:05 $1.29
10. Oh No, Not I
4:40 $1.29
11. Black Is the Colour
4:31 $1.29
12. Woodcarver
5:04 $1.29
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Album Notes
"..the voice... I thought I was listening to an angel..." (Yakima Folklife)
" An exceptionally strong vocalist..." (San Diego Troubadour)
".. one of the best kept secrets in the Celtic world." (Fan, Port Gamble Maritime Music Fest)

With dreamy textures, a velvet voice, and the echoes of the Celtic winds, the new release from, award winning, songwriter, Fae Wiedenhoeft, will pull at your heart, sing to you of sweet sadness, and remind you that all is not lost.

Many across the globe revere Fae Wiedenhoeft’s traditional sounding compositions and powerful contemporary pieces. She and her band SeaStar have enjoyed seven successful years of playing across the US, Canada, Ireland, Turkey, Scotland, and, most recently, Poland. The new record, Castle Walls, is composed of some of Fae's earliest works, traditional pieces that she adores, and a few of her latest tales. Like a castle wall, the record contains some foundational songs that Fae performed very early in her career. Stone by stone, story after story, the journey continued. Mastered by Seattle legend, Chris Hanzsek and recorded by Ron Allen at Four Lumen Studio in Kirkland, Washington, Fae crossed the Atlantic 4 times during the recording process. The record and arrangements seemed to be seasoned by her travels. The echoes of castle winds mingled with the tunes from little birds in central Europe. From the majestic to the down trodden, Fae wove together the threads of her travels into a colourful tapestry of voice, guitar, and dreamy landscapes. Castle Walls is a fine example of a songwriter’s journey through mystery, history, love, and loss.

More about Fae:

With a velvet voice, a hearty laugh, & the traditions of the Celtic winds, Fae Wiedenhoeft takes her listeners on a musical journey through history & tradition. Fae is an award winning songwriter. Her traditional sounding compositions and heart breaking songs are loved and revered by many across the globe. Compared & influenced by the greats: Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Mary Black, & Sandy Denny, "Fae's song stories are a must for fans of Celtic Folk!" (Celtic Music Radio).

She has traveled across the US, Canada, Ireland, Turkey, Poland, and most recently Scotland where she played in Dougie MacLean's Perthshire Amber Festival (2013) and the 2014 Celtic Connections Music Fest.

Her passion for history, folklore, and the passions of the human spirit keep her moving throughout the world. Her love of musical storytelling is only surpassed by her desire to share it with others. Be it a small house concert or a large concert hall, Fae will invite you in, sing you a tale, and make it feel as if she is singing it just to you.

"...your treatment of love in your songs reminds me of Kate Wolf's melancholy appreciation of the joy and fragileness of our relations with each other..." (Orville T. Murphy, author)



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