One cozy collaboration happened when Mr. Epps accompanied on the piano, Bombadils' musician Sarah Frank as she played her violin, in the song called “Molly on the Shores”. Indeed, we witnessed two veteran artists. The alacrity, liveliness and dexterity of their technical virtuosity could not be ignored. Another collaboration occurred when the Bombadils accompanied the choir in the concert’s theme song, “Home.” It was so successful, this is why they replayed it as an encore.
Guitarist, Luke Fraser, who revealed he had forgotten his mandolin, is a guitar god. His compositional inventiveness was incredible, heard in the complex song, “Rocky Mountain Path" – a piece he composed at the Banff Centre of Fine Arts where all Bombadils' members were housed for two weeks with the purpose of composing.
Finally, true artists share the stage. As singer, Ashley Daniel Foot and Mr. Epps collaborated in the song, “I Don’t want to Change You.” I was moved by Mr. Foot’s vocal beauty of great sincerity.