Scott and Michelle Dalziel

April 29, 2006

with special guest SEAN KELLY

Finalists in Kerrville Folk Festival's 2004
New Folk Emerging Songwriting competition

*NEW* Watch the Video Presentation made for Folk Alliance, 2006

The fresh and soulful sounds of Scott and Michelle's voices,
combined with their high energy performance, memorable and
meaningful songwriting, and instrumental finness, put them
in a category all their own. Acoustic Rock or Folk genres could
very well hold them but not completely. They dip down into R&B,
Jazz, and Blues showing the versatility of this duo. Since their Kerrville
Folk Festival and South West Regional Folk Alliance Debut's in 2004,
they are gaining recognition and respect from not only audiences,
but from venue owners and established artists alike:

“These guys have the full package, tight harmonies,
solid songs, and a groove that won’t stop.
All dished out with loads of fun, great energy, and big open hearts.”

Johnsmith, Award Winning Singer Songwriter

"Scott and Michelle opened for me and I was knocked out
by their great songs, singing, and playing. They were great!"

Michael Smith, legendary singer/songwriter

“Iowa Based folksters ride high on solid melodies and seasoned vocals...”
John Noyd, Maximum Ink Magazine.

“A Big Sound in a Small Package.”
Phil Maas, KUNI Radio

"Michelle and Scott - What a breath of fresh air, passionate, intelligent lyrics
with just enough mystery making their music unique and appealing.
This is a duo going places."
Rachel Bissex award winning songwriter

"Great songs, great playing, great people--what else do you need?"
Rich Prezioso, Singer,Songwriter, and Extraorinary Guitarist for Small Potatoes

A beautiful natural blend of voices and musicianship with some intriguing
writing. It's obvious they enjoy performing together because they're very
connected on stage. They opened for Michael Smith at the Village Square.
Our audience loved them and has asked us to bring them back!

Chris McNamara, Village Square Concert Series

"The Dalziels created a kind of magnetism that is rare,
even on a well-worn stage like that at the Focal Point's."

Ellen Light, The Focal Point St. Louis.


House Concert Series
Longmont, CO