Shiela Lane has been playing music since she was five years old, beginning with the piano, then the flute. She discovered the Irish penny whistles in 1997 and later took a trip to Ireland to discover more about Celtic music and to learn the various stylings. She began playing the violin in 2011, and she feels it is never too late to start playing an instrument and get started Celtic music. She brings to the band an incredible mix of talents ranging from Celtic whistles and flutes, to violin & viola along with lead and back-up vocals. She has composed many original tunes and interludes that the band performs.
Elizabeth Davis was classically trained on the violin at a very young age and has played Celtic music since 2007. She plays lead violin for the band. She is proficient on viola, switching between that and the violin for lovely overlays on songs. She also has an interest in Salsa Celtica stylings. She has performed both Celtic dance and her own stylings of Salsa dance put to Celtic music.
Molly Morningstar is a lead and harmonic vocalist for the band. She has performed at the National Cathedral and with the Prairie Home companion. She is also a 7th Grade School Teacher.
Erick Morningstar plays percussion and is known primarily for his complex playing styles and rhythms on the Bodhran and djembe.
CJ Alderton lays down the guitar work for Patrick Crossing and provides lead and back-up vocals. He is also a song writer for the band. Along with being a member of Patrick Crossing, he is the President of the Durango Celtic Society, with a passion to see Celtic music showcased in the Four Corners Area.