Daniel Lapp grew up in Prince George, BC in house with deep prairie roots that included his musical mother, an old-time piano player/teacher and a grandpa and 5 uncles who were all committed to the old-time dancing fiddle tradition. He has performed on a variety of instruments with many recognizable names such as Spirit of the West, Rickie Lee Jones, 54-40, Gord Downie, Barney Bentall, Jim Byrnes, Jim Cuddy, Elvis Costello, Lou Reed... He is the founder of the youth "BC Fiddle Orchestra", the Victoria Fiddle Society (2001) that holds monthly jams with up to 100 participants of all ages and abilities and Daniel Lapp's House of Music Society (2007) that enriches the community with various outreach programs. In 2010 Daniel was a featured fiddler in the Opening Ceremonies of the Vancouver Olympics and has recorded numerous albums of folk, jazz and electronic music as well as playing on over 100 others. In 2012 Daniel received the Queen's Diamond Jubilee "Service" Award and in 2013 was the recipient of the Canadian Folk Music Association "Innovator" Award for his contribution to Canada's fiddle culture. He is the 2019 recipient of the Canadian Grand Masters Lifetime Achievement Award.
Adrian Dolan is a multi-instrumentalist and composer based on Vancouver Island, best known for his work with the award-winning roots ensemble The Bills, and with one of Canadian best fiddlers Daniel Lapp. His skills as a violinist, accordionist and pianist have landed him on stage with some of the best in the business, along with a passion for composing, educating and leading a new generation of folk music into the 21st century.