Donald Charles Frederick Messer was a Canadian musician and defining icon of folk music during the 1960s. Born in Tweedside, New Brunswick, Messer began playing the violin at age five, learning fiddle tunes with Irish and Scottish influences.  1909-1973

CBC television began a summer series called The Don Messer Show on August which continued into the fall as Don Messer’s Jubilee, produced out of Halifax. Icon of folk music. - D: Mar.

Song by Graham and Eleanor Townsend. Great Canadian fiddlers who play fiddle in similar style to Don Messer.

Song by Graham and Eleanor Townsend. Great Canadian fiddlers who play fiddle in similar style to Don Messer.

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Yvon Thibault Breakdown (Danny Perreault)

Yvon Thibault Breakdown (Danny Perreault)

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