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Dave Naples



Dave Naples (director, guitar, balalaika, bodhran, bass, udu, vocals) came to the Fraser Valley several years back from North Carolina by way of Wyoming.  He is an accomplished musician, having played drums, keyboards, guitar, and other stringed instruments since his youth.  He is also musical director of a Louisiana blues band called High Energy Rhythms.  He’ll choose blues or classic rock & roll as his favorites.



Becky Shaw



Becky Shaw (flute, piccolo, penny whistle, Irish flute, vocals) lives in Tabernash with her husband and two children, ages 4 and 6. When not playing the flute or tending to the family, she operates a property management business and a cleaning business.   She moved to Grand County from upstate New York in 1990 after earning her Master's Degree in Therapeutic Recreation.  She started playing the flute in 3rd grade and now plays with the Alpine Classic Strings, performs for wedding ceremonies and enjoys every Sunday playing at the Lord of the Valley Lutheran Church in Granby. Her favorite music to play is classical, but her favorites for listening are classic rock and alternative rock.



Sarah Clements



Sarah Clements (fiddle, mandolin, vocals) lives in Granby, where she does water quality monitoring and ski patrolling.  She has played a huge variety of music: classical, country, western, rock & roll, jazz, bluegrass, punk, and R&B, and is currently playing with the band Highway 40.  Her favorite music for listening, she says, “depends on the day.” 


Kathy Naples



Kathy Naples (flute, penny whistle) lives in Granby, where she is librarian for East Grand School District. She started playing the flute in 4th grade, and has played in small groups and for churches on a regular basis. Her favorite music also “depends on the day,” and might come from any genre from any time period from any place in the world.



Dennis Stafford



Dennis Stafford (12 string guitar, recorder, bodhran, concertina, vocals) lives on the Stillwater Pass Road near Grand Lake, and works for the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District.  He’s played guitar and piano as a hobby and regularly plays at church.  Dennis has a seemingly endless supply of Irish jokes. He firmly believes that “the best music is that which you make yourself.”  He has taught his two sons this principle, saying that we all should play some instrument.  Bluegrass is his favorite.



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