LIVE PERFORMERS at MHF 12

Military History Fest is proud to present to you a fine array of talented performers that will entertain young and old alike! The live performance stage is located at the back of the Mega Center, between the military vehicles and the refreshments. Be sure to take a seat and enjoy some of it!

Barb Sorensen


Traditional German folk songs performed by this native German American singer/songwriter, sung in their native languages, translated for the audience and introduced with tidbits of history and origins.  Hear brief stories of some of the songs adventures during WW2.http://www.barbsorensen.com

The Guild of St. Michael


The Trayn'd Bandes of the Bristol Renaissance Fair are not merely costumed entertainers. These men and women

are devoted historians and educators, dedicated to learning about and recreating the culture, life and combat skills of

16th century England. You will learn about the weapons soldier's of this period used and how they were employed

in combat. You will be entertained by live sword fighting, demonstrations of historical technique, and it is always

spiced up with their crowd pleasing brand of humor.

http://www.gsmbristol.org

Battlefield Balladeers


BATTLEFIELD BALLADEERS' mission is to perform the songs and music of the American Civil War. The repertoire consists of the patriotic, sentimental , and  comic songs of the period along with minstrel favorites and the melodies of Stephen Foster. Un-amplified acoustic instruments performed by a variety of personnel in museum quality uniforms bring to life the sounds of the Blue and Gray for all ages.

http://battlefieldballadeers.weebly.com/

Tim MacDonald


Heralded for his “impressive and stylistically Scottish playing” and as “a realfiddler”, Tim Macdonald is a regular performer, composer, and teacher of Scottish-Baroque music. Tim was the first US National Scottish Fiddling Champioto win on a Baroque violin, and he runs a private teaching studio and is on faculty at The Jink and Diddle School of Scottish Fiddling. http://tsmacdonald.com/

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The Sons of Temperance


The 19th Century sound of ringing banjos, clacking bones, rhythmic bass and the jolly tambourine playing somber murder ballads, jaunty minstrel tunes, celtic drinking songs, and tunes superimposed into that time with reckless abandon.

3 Pints Gone


Playing Celtic traditional-style folk songs and sea shanties, their distinctive sound is full of high energy and harmony-rich arrangements.  They entertain by telling stories through the songs, that leave the audience feeling like old friends. Come have a drink old friend, they are already 3 pints gone!

http://www.3pintsgone.com/