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Susquehanna String Theory

An eclectic blend of acoustic instruments and vocals

a repertoire that ranges from Celtic to old-time to bluegrass

Warren Fisher began playing the upright bass in the mid-1990s, to "anchor" the playing of dulcimers and other instruments at the Frosty Valley Dulcimer Friends' monthly open jam in Danville PA. Warren also sings and plays guitar and autoharp; he dabbles with mandolin and harmonica.

Through Fisher Instruments, Warren makes autoharps (along with an occasional bowed psaltry or Appalachian dulcimer). Warren serves on the Board of Directors for the Mountain Laurel Autoharp Gathering ( He plays with Frosty Valley Dulcimer Friends and Grey Trey, as well as Susquehanna String Theory. Warren retired as Professor of Economics at Susquehanna University and lives in Selinsgrove, PA, with his wife Ann.