The Red River Ramblers revive the sounds of Manitoba Métis fiddle music. Their music encompasses the rhythmic spirit of the First Nations peoples blended with Scottish and French fiddle. Stephen Dayfoot plays hand drum, spoons, and a variety of percussive instruments that carry the heart beat. Douglas Richard Sinclair pioneers a distinct style of Métis banjo and guitar that drifts between rhythmic and melodic. Pierre Arsenault weaves the timeless melodies with his fiddle. The Red River Ramblers reside in Halton Hills, a small town located on the western outskirts of Toronto.