Steve Dewar is from Edinburgh, Scotland and plays music all year round all around Europe. As singer and guitar player for The Assassenachs he has seen leaps and bounds in the last decade or so. Prior to The Assassenachs Steve was no stranger to the road though and had toured with a number of punk bands including the legendary Political Asylum, also hailing from Scotland. The punk style energetic guitar playing is still present in his acoustic guitar playing even now, but he has in recent years let other influences touch his strings and voice too.
Steve Dewar - vocals, guitar
Erik de Jong - accordion
Annemarie de Bie - bodhran, flute, vocals and fiddle
Erik de Jong is a versatile piano-accordion player from The Netherlands, who specialized himself in playing traditional Scottish/Irish music.
Annemarie de Bie has been a folk musician since 1999 and is the newest recruit in the band. She is a singer, plays bodhrán, guitar, flute and whistle and, when pushed, will pretend to play the fiddle. With the Assassenachs Annemarie switches between instruments to complement the sound the boys have cultivated al these years.