Ryan Keplin

Portrait of Ryan Keplin

Ryan Keplin probably has one of the finest and most unique fiddle styles that can be heard today. Not only is it exceptional to see a left handed fiddler, which by the way is how he got his stage name, “Fiddlin Lefty” but it’s also seldom to see a fiddler play as many instruments as Ryan Keplin. Instruments such as: Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar and last but not least Drums.


Ancestries: Native American
Genre: Fiddle

Albums

Album Cover
Fiddling Lefty Twist [nominated: 2010]
mp3 clipTennessee Blues (966.8K, 01:00s)
mp3 clipJenny Lynn Polka (962.6K, 01:00s)
mp3 clipFiddling Lefty Twist (940.9K, 00:58s)

Awards, Nominations & Submissions

2011Best Instrumental CDFiddling Lefty TwistSubmission
2010Best Fiddle CDFiddling Lefty TwistNominee

Biography

Ryan Keplin probably has one of the finest and most unique fiddle styles that can be heard today. Not only is it exceptional to see a left handed fiddler, which by the way is how he got his stage name, “Fiddlin Lefty” but it’s also seldom to see a fiddler play as many instruments as Ryan Keplin. Instruments such as: Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar and last but not least Drums.

Ryan Keplin performs all over the USA and Canada at various dances and festivals, including the famous Batoche Festival.

He has recorded 4 fiddle album’s with Sunshine Records, the first of which was recorded when he was only 18 year’s old! Ryan lives in Belcourt, North Dakota with his family.