Photo: Wyllow Ravenscroft

Where goes the smoke when it drifts from the fire?

Where goes the heart when it's lost its desire?

Where goes a dream when it's given away?

All to the Land of the Fay.

– – Land of the Fay

About Wyllow Ravenscroft

Born in midsummer when the moon was rising and fairies were dancing, Wyllow Ravenscroft is a singer, songwriter, and musician who performs traditional folk music from the British Isles and America on voice, guitar and pennywhistle. Her original songs merge Celtic, Medieval, and Renaissance themes, often dealing with the myths and legends of the Celts.

Wyllow's musical influences include Celtic artists such as Maddy Prior, Sandy Denny, Enya, and Maire Brennan, folk artists like Joan Baez and Judy Collins, and early music groups such as the Baltimore Consort.

Wyllow is based in Tempe, Arizona. She performs at coffeehouses, festivals, bookstores, and Renaissance faires. Tales of Camelot is her first solo album. Wyllow also performs as one half of the Celtic folk duo Rossettistone and plays guitar, bouzouki, and sings in many languages in the band for the world music and dance group Ghazaal Beledi.

Wyllow's other interests include, in no particular order, poetry, belly dancing, yoga, photography, travel, Pre-Raphaelite art, Arthurian legend, and the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.