Double the Trouble are identical 18-year old Cree twins specializing in traditional fiddling and singing of original, contemporary and classic Folk. Talent has brought them from the Prairies to the Pacific, United States and Mexico. Short Bio From Winnipeg Mb. Double the Trouble are composed of identical 18-year-old Cree and French-Metis twin musicians Luc and Aidan Wrigley. Their blend of traditional Metis fiddling, contemporary and classic Folk music has been uplifting audiences across the Prairies to the Pacific and into the United States and Mexico. Luc and Aidan began fiddling at age three and by age six they performed at the Indigenous Peoples Music Awards. At age of seven they began regular performances at Festival du Voyageur, a gig they became crowd favourites at for years to come. By age 9 the duo recorded their first independent album “Keep Calm and Fiddle on” and a second full album entitled “Juniper Woods” when they were only 11. Luc and Aidan began to write songs when they were 16, both on guitars that their dad passed down to them. With an a appreciation for artists like Passenger, Tyler Childs the twins have begun to venture into new and exciting territory.