Ronald Meck is a veteran performer of four decades residing in Shutesbury, Massachusetts. His soulful baritone and masterful guitar work give full vent to the passion of the Traditional and ContemporaryCeltic and Folk Ballads he presents. Meck’s solo career has been intertwined with participation in numerous bands including Occam's Razor of Massachusetts and the tremendously popular Vermont Celtic quartet,  Gypsy Reel.  But  most audiences would agree his solo art is his most enticing work, strongly influenced by such greats as Dick Gaughan, Stan Rogers, and Martin Carthy.  He has been an opening act for Taj Mahal, Pure Prarie League and Ossian.  His primary instruments are 6- and 12-string guitars, supplemented with tenor banjo and bouzouki.  

Ronald is very pleased to perform most often now accompanied by his son Adrian, an accomplished fiddler and symphonic violinist with 20 years' playing experience.  Adrian is a blossoming musician whose sensitivity to the emotional timbre of the lyrics and penetrating, toe-tapping interpretation of traditional dance tunes add an exquisite and exciting dimension to their performances.