Daniel Boucher, a dynamic young musician from Bristol, Connecticut, plays French Canadian fiddle tunes that
he has absorbed from family and community in southern New England and Quebec. Also a fine singer and composer of traditional-style songs, Daniel has revitalized French
Canadian folk music in his home state. Joining him is his father, Jules Boucher, on harmonica and button box accordion along with Reynold Pellitier, on guitar and fiddle. Purchase a membership at TGI Third Thursday and admission is free.