The Living Roots Trio weaves a sublime tapestry of acoustic/folk rolk with classical and jazz influences.
“They bring an airy, graceful gentility to the folk gathering that is particularly, stunningly beautiful. It’s like looking at the world through lace curtains; Or just stopping to notice the flowers.” — No More Division
Séamus Maynard studied music composition and classical guitar performance for many years with classical guitarist and composer Ed Flower. He attended The Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London where he graduated with a degree in acting. Séamus is a composer and co-founder of Quiet In The Head, a trio that composes all original instrumental music for violin, classical guitar and cello.
“Sauerkraut” Seth Travins is a songwriter, bassist and guitarist from Hudson Valley, NY. Seth is a fixture of the legendary Club Helsinki music scene in Great Barrington, MA (now Hudson, NY), where he has led and participated in numerous bands of regional notoriety (The Blue Ribbon Boys, The Big Iron Skillet Band, The Minivans, The Wiyos).
Meaghan Witri is an actress, singer and musician. In addition to professional work in plays and film, Meaghan tours internationally as a soprano soloist performing in Cathedrals and sacred spaces. In 2016 she toured France singing in Chartre Cathedral, St. Roch Cathedral and Notre Dame Cathedral. On screen, Meaghan can be found playing Tamara in the independent film The Winning Season (dir. James C. Strouse) alongside Sam Rockwell and Rooney Mara.