Ken Theriot, SCA bard, is a singer/songwriter whose acoustic folk-pop/celtic renaissance-tinged music is popular in medieval period re-enactment groups like The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), renaissance faire enthusiats, and all fans of good music. He has released four CDs with Raven Boy Music, the most recent being the long-awaited "Human History" in March of 2008. The CD consists mainly of songs that view famous historical (usually medieval or older) events from the point of view of a single character who was there. The result is a series of songs that make make you think, laugh, and cry while enjoying the music that brings the songs to life.
Ken's "hit" songs are: Agincourt, Band of Brothers, The Feast Song, Maldon, and Son of The Sea. Other popular tunes include his version of the Archie Fisher tune Witch of the Westmereland; The Minstrel Boy; Red, Red Rose; and the Ken Theriot songs, Adelaide, and Everything that Matters. Discography: Outside of Time, Home From the Sea, Everything That Matters, and Human History.