Recent Reviews


 5.0 Stars – I Loved It!Julianne Mosher, August 1, 2014
Washington, D.C.-based Celtic singer Grace Griffith does nothing other than impress on her new album, Passing Through. Read More


Passing Through is a definite winner, well worth the two year wait and a wonderful addition to any Celtic folk lovers collection. Grace Griffith delivers brilliantly on this one. She’s just amazing!  Read More


Ethereal and crystalline: These are the adjectives used to describe the voice of Washington D.C.-based Celtic folk singer Grace Griffith in Richard Harrington’s liner notes to her new album Passing Through, due for a July 8 release. It would be difficult to come up with more accurate descriptors—although perhaps angelic would do. Griffith has a voice that reaches hearts with an almost mystical touch.  Read More


This is a singer who brings everything to her performances – gentility, emotion and passion. This album (Passing Through) is worth its salt – and not because of how it came about or the story behind Ms. Griffith. Highly recommended. Read More

ARTICLES (Summer 2014)


Singer Grace Griffith Pushes Through Parkinson’s to Record Final Album Read More


Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner Tom Paxton is the latest artist to sign on to a tribute concert in the Washington, D.C., area for vocalist Grace Griffith.  Read More


WASHINGTON (CNS) — Grace Griffith, a vocalist who has had Parkinson’s disease since 1996, announced in 2003 that she was making her swan song from the stage.  Read More

INTERVIEWS (Summer 2014)

Singer Grace Griffith Pushes Through Parkinson’s to Record Final Album


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“There is no one I know of on the planet who sings with the emotional credibility that Grace Griffith conveys.” —Chris Biondo, Eva Cassidy’s producer