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News

Just learned our exact location for the June 3oth Kenosha Harbor Market. We will be at the South End of 2nd Ave near the Market Tent. Look for us there!!

Come west to see us at our newest venue, the Burlington Farmer's Market. We will be playing there on Thursday, June 28th from 3:30 to 6:30 PM and again on September 20th. The location is Wehmhoff Square in Burlington. Venture west into Racine County for great local vendors, stay for dinner and listen to some great music.

We will be the Kenosha Harbor Market on Saturday, June 30th (South end of 2nd Ave near the Market Tent) and Saturday, July 21st from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. This is always a fun event and the vendors are awesome. Come out and listen to us and buy local. They have three bands each week and we will post our specific location the week before.

We now have our Fall and St. Paddy's Day bookings from Milaeger's. Our Summer dates at the Great Lakes Farmer's Market are July 15th and August 26th (Annual Tractor Show) and our Fall dates are November 11th and December 9th (Christmas Music added!). We will also be playing on St. Paddy's Day (March 17th) at Milager's.

Songs from the Porch will be available for sale at our upcoming gigs. Sample clips from 4 of the tracks are on the CD Music Page. The CD is also available on ITunes and Amazon Music.

We have one Private Event in August. If you are interested in having us perform at a private event for your group, contract Bill or Sue at the contact numbers on our Contact Us page.

About County Crossings

Irish. Old Time Tunes. Bluegrass.

From the jigs and reels of Ireland to the old-time tunes of Appalachia, County Crossings creates a fun, toe-tapping musical experience! We're a bit of an old-fashioned "string" band led by fiddle, guitar, mandolin, hammer dulcimer along with the upbeat rhythms of the keyboard and Irish bodhran drum. Add some heart-wrenching vocals and the occasional sound of a train or penny whistle and you are "on board" with County Crossings!

Our members are fun-loving musicians who come from five counties stretching from Northern Illinois to Northern Wisconsin! We love to play for community-building events. Click our Events page to see where we're playing next!

County Crossings provides great background music for large dinner or social gatherings, so contact us for booking information. We would love to make your event a memorable success!

Events

Come See us Live.
2018 Events

Thursday, June 28 (3:30 PM - 6:30 PM)

Burlington Farmer's Market - Wehmhoff Square (355 N Pine St), Burlington, WI

Saturday, June 30 (9:00 AM - 2:00 PM)

Kenosha Harbor Market - South End of 2nd Ave near the Market Tent near 56th St, Kenosha,

Sunday, July 15 (10:00 AM - 2:00 PM)

Milaeger's Great Lakes Market - 4838 Douglas Ave., Racine, WI

Saturday, July 21 (9:00 AM - 2:00 PM)

Kenosha Harbor Market - 2nd Ave from 54th Street to Place de Douai, Kenosha, Specific Location to be posted the week before

Saturday, August 11

Private Engagement

Sunday, August 26 (10:00 AM - 2:00 PM)

Milaeger's Great Lakes Market (Antique Tractor Show)- 4838 Douglas Ave., Racine, WI

Thursday, September 20 (3:30 PM - 6:30 PM)

Burlington Farmer's Market - Wehmhoff Square (355 N Pine St), Burlington, WI

We play often at Milaeger's Farmer's Market and other venues in SE Wisconsin.

Band Members

The perfect team — an eclectic group of talented artists, committed to creating harmony! Meet our group! Scroll down to see us all!

Mary Jensen

mary j

Hammer Dulcimer, Bowed Psaltry, Bodhrán Drum & Percussion

Fran Lightbody-Inman

fran l

Mandolin

Nancy Kelly

nancy k

Guitar, Mandolin, Penny Whistle, Concertina & Percussion

Jim Sullivan

jim s

Fiddle & Mandolin

Sandy Hyrczyk

sandy

Bodhrán Drum & Strum Stick

Nick Fritz

nick f

Bodhrán Drum, Fiddle & Harmonica

Sue Marquardt

sue m

Keyboard

Beth Allison

beth a

Fiddle

Sarah Marquardt

sarah m

Bodhrán Drum, Whistle & Percussion

Bill Frank

bill f

Guitar

Sue Weisensel

sue w

Penny Whistle, Autoharp & Marimbula

Don Walter

don w

Madolin, Fiddle, Penny Whistle, & Concertina

Videos

Recent Videos of Live Performances

Liberty/Over The Waterfall at Milaeger's Farmer's Market, January 2018

Staten Island/Woodchopper's Reel at Saturday Racine Farmer's Market 2017

Redhaired Boy at Milaeger's Great Lakes Farmer's Market 2017

Pleasure House Rag at Pancake Day 2017

Old Dan Tucker at Kenosha Harbor Market

Miss McCloud's & Teetotaler's Reel Medley at Red Power Round Up

Nail the Catfish at Milaeger's

Sail Away at St. Rita's

Nail the Catfish at Kenosha Harbor Market Indoors

Irish Fun at Racine Pancake Day

CD Music

Our new CD "Songs from the Porch" is available for purchase at our upcoming events. We have both CDs and Download cards.

CD Cover

New CD Cover

Listing of tunes and medleys on the CD.

1. Bog Down in the Valley/Whiskey Before Breakfast/Soldier's Joy (Trad.)

2. Missouri (Mike Dappert)

3. Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go? (Trad.)

4. Ragtime Annie (Trad.)

5. Banish Misfortune/Blarney Pilgrim/Road to Lisdoonvarna/Morrison's Jig (Trad.)

6. Down by the Lagan Side (Tommy Sands)

7. Elven Army Call/Elven Steel (Nancy Kelly)

8. The Curvy Road to Corinth (Larry Unger)

9. June Apple (Trad.)

10. Maggie (Trad.)

11. The Boys of Bluehill/Chief O'Neill's Favorite (Trad.)

12. The Butterfly (Trad.)

13. Flowers of Edinburgh (Trad.)

14. The Leaving of Liverpool (Trad.)

15. Miss McLeod's Reel/Teetotaller's Reel (Trad.)

16. Milk Cow Blues (Trad.)

17. Blackberry Blossom (Trad.)

18. Danny Boy (Trad. Tune, Words by Frederick Weatherly)

Sample tune clips from our new CD "Songs from the Porch."

Bog Down in the Valley (45 second clip)

Ragtime Annie (45 second clip)

Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go? (45 second clip)

Milk Cow Blues (45 second clip)

Contact County Crossings

For Bookings and other information call Sue at: (262)681-0675 or email Bill at: bill@frankadr.com