Brad and Bill have performed at folk clubs, museums, pubs and festivals throughout Ontario and England.  Almost as important to them as the music is their love of communicating the stories of the songs and tunes, and the people and communities that gave them life.  This they do in an entertaining and often humourous way.

Some highlights: 


  • Mariposa Folk Festival (Orillia, On)
  • World Music Festival (Hamilton, ON)
  • Celebration of the Arts (Cambridge, ON)
  • White Horse Folk Festival (Wantage, UK)

Hunter’s Corners has been a regular feature for many years at the Mill Race Festival of Traditional Folk Music (Cambridge, ON) as main stage performers, workshop and panel participants and session leaders.

Folk Clubs & Pubs

  • Enoch Kent's Wee Folk Club ( Toronto)
  • Another Bloody Folk Club (Toronto)
  • Utopia Hall Folk Club (Utopia, ON)
  • Company of Good Cheer Coffee House (Port Carling, ON)
  • Carpenter’s Arms Folk Night (Miserden, UK)
  • Black Swan Folk Club (York, UK)
  • Grand River Brewery (Galt, ON)
  • Descendant’s Brewery (Kitchener, ON)
  • Falls Road Pub (Kitchener, ON)


  • Waterloo Regional Museum (Waterloo, ON)
  • Backus House (Wallacetown, ON)
  • MacDougall Cottage (Galt, ON)
  • Westfield Heritage Village (Flamborough, ON)
  • Myrtleville House Museum (Brantford, ON)

Bill and Brad are active participants in the traditional music session scenes in Ontario and their respective part time homes in Stroud, UK (Brad) and Harbour Grace, Newfoundland (Bill).  As well, Brad organizes the annual Stroud Folk Weekend, and Bill is a sought after musician for Contra, Ceili and Morris dancing.