Daron Douglas is a fiddler in the American and English dance traditions. Classically trained, she also brings a rich repertoire of songs from her great-grandmother, who was one of Cecil Sharp’s informants in the Appalachian mountains. She plays with the dance bands Foxfire and Goldcrest. Daron has been on staff at CDSS dance camps, Ashokan, and the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, North Carolina. She now lives and plays music in New Orleans. For more information on Foxfire and their first recording, click here.