|Place of birth:||Tacoma, Washington|
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|Year of birth:||1938|
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|Profile:||Collector, Composer, Editor, Musician, Publisher|
|Source of information:||myself|
Started playing classical violin at age 9, switched to fiddle in 1960; initially bluegrass and Southern old time, later specialized in Northwest regional styles, 19th century ballroom, and pioneer music of the American Far West. She has a B.A. in American History from Reed College in Portland, Oregon, an M.A. in Anthropology/ethnomusicology from the University of Washington, and currently lives in Seattle, WA. With her husband Phil Williams have been operating Voyager Recordings and Publications, which publishes CDs and books of various regional styles of old time fiddling, emphasizing the Pacific Northwest. She plays for contra dances, square dances, ballroom dances, and historical programs.