Kitchener Ontario’s Onion Honey bring together banjo, mandolin, washboard, double bass, fiddle and three part harmonies to produce a mix of traditional and old-time folk music that features original songs and all-time favourites. It’s what they like to call mountain music from the Grand River Valley. Onion Honey released their debut album, “Raising Heck” in 2017.

Onion Honey are:
Esther Wheaton on vocals, banjo, and washboard
Dave Pike on vocals, guitar, mandolin, and banjo
Kayleigh LeBlanc on upright bass
Keenan Reimer-Watts on the fiddle and vocals
Leanne Swantko on guitar and vocals.

Website: onionhoney.com.

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