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Kids in a Candy Store
  • Artist: Rick May
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479485145
  • Item #: SRD948514
  • Genre: International
  • Release Date: 3/20/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Kids in a Candy Store on CD

Rick May and Gilbert Yslas have been picking and fiddling traditional Irish melodies for more than seven years. Over those years they've honed the craft into the self-professed lilting musical lineage that spans their debut CD, 'Kids in a Candy Store.' -Bill Mickelson, Staff writer for the Entertainment section, North Kitsap Herald, Poulsbo, WA Rick May and Gilbert Yslas interpret traditional Celtic music in their own unique way, playing traditional tunes with the drive and spontaneity of rock and jazz. Rick May began classical violin training at age 11-but he discovered rock music, quit his school orchestra, and never looked back. Rick has played in a wide variety of situations over the years, including performances at Bumbershoot, the Seattle Center's Mural Amphitheater, and concerts sponsored by Seattle label Popllama Records. For the past several years, Rick has worked full-time on Irish traditional fiddle tunes, playing at pub sessions and studying with noted fiddler Randal Bays. Gilbert began to teach himself guitar at an early age, inspired by classic rock and roll. He became a busy session player and performer in the L.A. area, and recorded nine albums on various independent labels. Gil has also recorded soundtracks for network TV movies and daytime dramas. Gil currently makes his living producing and recording music in the greater Seattle area. He works out of his own studio, 'Magic Rock Music.'