(Whitehorse, Yukon) is a classically trained guitarist originally from Nova Scotia, who has fallen in love with the banjo and cello - must be something about those five letter instruments that end with o! She is gaining fame as both a singer and a songwriter, performing and recording with many Canadians and Alaskans. When not playing music, Kim is practicing eco-forestry in the Yukon with Jimmy and Barney, her team of Belgian horses.
(Bethel, Alaska) moved from Colorado to become a well-known voice in public radio on the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta. She is a certified early childhood teacher and is in charge of the band's school presentations. Also a singer/songwriter, Martha especially enjoys bluegrass music. Her crystal clear voice and her mandolin have brightened up many a long winter's night on the tundra. And she's always quick to invite you in for a hot cup of tea!
(Whitehorse, Yukon) is one of the great musical wonders of the North. Since her migration from Ontario, it's common to find her playing music throughout Canada, recording with many different artists and occasionally even on CBC television. Andrea plays accordion like you've never heard it before as well as keyboards, marimba and more cool implements of percussion than you could shake a stick at!
(Juneau, Alaska) splits her time between Alaska and the Yukon. Originally from Pennsylvania, Betsy is the heart, soul, sound engineer and manager of this wonderful group of women. Yes, she thrives on being busy at least 26 hours a day! Another singer/songwriter, she adds her heartfelt tunes to the widely varied repertoire of the Glacial Erratics. In addition to writing and performing, Betsy works wonders with essential oils, massage and kind words.