Author Biography

image of Ron Konzak Ron Konzak is an architectural designer, professional musician, and craftsman of Celtic harps, furniture, and other fine woodworks. A singer, instrumentalist (harp, bagpipes, bass) and composer, Konzak was a member of the popular Seattle rock trio Pierymplezak in the 1970s, following two years as musical director for the internationally acclaimed Pacific Northwest folk dance ensemble, Koleda. His "Gooey-Duck Song", a hit in the Pacific Northwest and Australia, earned him a membership in ASCAP and a page in the Washington State Centennial Songbook. He currently performs Scottish and Irish music in the vocal duo Foggynotions, and in the bagpipe and fusion band The Islanders Five.

Listen to Ron play The Road to the Isles from Foggynotions.
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