Ashley MacIsaac‘s fiddling gave me a vivid image of a Scottish hornpipe player dancing with his kilt. And you certainly will shuffle your feet with Andy De Jalis metis bouncing music. Fiddle music can have so many varieties of style. It is not just some simple folk songs like some classical musician think it is. There are classical players think they can play fiddle by just play fast and smooth, for the people in the fiddle world, this is just wrong. The accent, lilt and jiggedy take some knowledge and experience to figure out. And most important, you have to feel it. When you put the accent on the wrong spot, it might still sound amazing to ordinary audience, but sure would get the fiddle lovers plug their ears. Many music teachers hate to have kids learn fiddle music. In they imagination, all fiddlers have bad posture, never wipe their fiddle and scratch as hell. Well, once a while I saw fiddlers like that, but most good fiddlers know the good posture and care of their fiddle can make the music sounds better. Who won’t like more pleasant sound? One professional violinist commend on our myspace page, she tried to play fiddle and she can’t manage it well and she wish she know fiddle music as early as Kai and Lia. I am sure to normal people she can play the fiddle songs very good, deep down she knew it is not as easy as it sounds. Fiddle Frenzy take their classical and fiddle training equal serious. I hope this crossover experience teach them not to bias on anything before complete understanding.