Two Roads Home
New Release:Sweet Shadows
Release Date : Spring 2008 - Independent

“A lovely CD – (Williston and Zotz’s) voices feel like they were designed for each other and the musicianship is top drawer.”
- Steve Clark - Acoustic Planet, CHES, Erin

“A sumptuous collection of tunes both contradictory and dynamic. Allison (track 6) is a pop confection.”
- Ralph Chapman, Executive Producer,
The Jane Show -

“Comfortable but spirited vocal harmonies.”
- Lyle D. Skinner, Prairie Ceilidh, CKJS, Winnipeg -

“An excellent record!”
- Allison Brown, For the Folk, CHRW, London -

“I really like the way TRH combines both more traditional folky elements with acoustic pop.”
- Joni Sadler, Program Director, CHUO FM Ottawa -

 "From soothing to lively. A very listenable recording."
-Lee Graves, Bluffs Monitor-

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Warm, honest songwriting and time-honoured folk in a unique fusion with bluegrass, country and popular music, the nine original and four adapted traditional songs on Sweet Shadows were co-produced by TRH and James Gordon (Tamarack). Guest performers include Geoff Somers (David Francey), David Woodhead, Katherine Wheatley, Rick Roy (Sourpuss), Alyssa Wright and Duncan Cameron (Fig for a Kiss, Pierre Schryer Band).

Eyes Open (listen)
Call You Back
The Briery Bush
The Amphion (listen)
Banks of the Sorrow
To You
Nowhere But Somewhere to Hide
The Country Lass
Sorry the Day I Was Married
The Pouting Porch


Two Roads Home: Dovetailing
2003 Independent Release

“A fine addition to the Celtic/Folk collection.”
-Holmes Hooke-

“Appealing songs, appealingly performed.”

-John Arkelian, Arts Forum-

“…serene, historical, contemplative, lyrical and utterly inspiring.”
-Marney Simmons-

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Dovetailing is a collection of folk songs old and new, celebrating Abby and Bryan’s reunion as a duo and their love of the folk and contemporary genres that first brought them together. The 11 songs and poetry are an homage to the duo’s roots: “There will always be celtic or celtic-inspired music in our repertoire,” says Abby. “ Our first offering honours our past and gives us the confidence and inspiration to move as songwriters and song adapters into our future.”

Some Journey
I Am Stretched On Your Grave
John Peel (listen)
Loch Lomond
The Selkie of Sule Skerrie
When You Are Old
Down By The Sally Gardens (listen)
The Farmer’s Curst Wife
Bonny Portmore
Black Jack Davey
(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?

Sweet Shadows : Contributors - Tracks
Dovetailing : Contributors - Tracks

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