American Scottish -- a hybrid of Scottish and Cape Breton traditions as performed for over 30 years by fiddler Ed Pearlman. Based in Boston and Maine, Ed has cultivated Scottish traditional music throughout America as a performer, teacher, and promoter of great fiddlers. His son, pianist Neil Pearlman, grew up with this legacy and infused it with jazz, Latin, and pipe band rhythms - an expression of America, crossroads of cultures. 'Dazzling piano chops' -- Portland Press Herald. 'Sweet hybrid' -- Huffington Post. 'Impeccable traditional musicianship'--Franklin Journal 'Tremendous pianist'--BBC Radio Scotland This father-son duo will envelop you with soaring and fiery traditional melodies of Scotland and Cape Breton. Ed's rich and expressive fiddling taps into a deep sense of Scottish tradition, while Neil's piano playing weaves an astonishing tapestry of innovative harmony and rhythm. A pillar of the American Scottish music scene for over 30 years, Ed has performed and taught throughout the USA, in Canada and Scotland, working with almost every major name in Scottish and Cape Breton music. Neil grew up with this legacy and has infused it with jazz, Latin, and pipe band rhythms - an expression of America, the crossroads of cultures. Neil tours and teaches in his own right, in the USA, Canada, Scotland and Galicia. Together they represent the flowering of tradition from one generation to the next, playing music that speaks to us all.