2023 Band Bios coming soon!
* Growling Old Men
* Carter Junction
See the following bands that joined us is in 2022
The toast of the Pacific Coast
For over twenty years, Tiller’s Folly have been uniting past with present as modern-day storytellers of lore, singing the West’s pioneer history to life. From the outset, the band aspired to create acoustic music that is thoughtful, progressive, yet timeless in nature. Music that represents their Pacific Coastal home. They set out to preserve a measure of the West’s colonial heritage in stories & songs.
Drawing influence from Scottish, Irish and Maritime Music traditions, Tiller’s Folly have continued to expand and refine their potent blend of Pacific Canadiana and ‘beyond.’
“‘As one of the tightest, and unflinchingly focused, folk bands in the
nation, Tiller’s Folly continues to produce music that is both distinctly
Canadian and firmly rooted in the Celtic tradition.
Stirring Up Ghosts confirms that Tiller’s Folly is a national treasure.”
– Peter North, Edmonton Journal
The toast of the Pacific Coast, Tiller’s Folly have carried their songs & stories across Canada, the United States & the British Isles, sharing their memorable blend of energy, history, musicality, virtuosity, romance and just plain fun!
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Confirmed Bands for 2023:
Singer, Songwriter, Entertainer, Horsewoman
Born in the San Joaquin Valley of California, Juni Fisher spent her early years training horses, as well
as working on cow-calf operations. She now tours the country full time, delighting audiences with her
original songs, storytelling, and guitar playing.
"Juni Fisher's luminous intensity ignites her writing and her performances." says one journalist "At the heart of her unique and complex artistry is her ability to bring alive what become unforgettable characters and images, stunning stories that often carry a deep and compassionate reflection of the
human spirit." Well known cowboy poet Waddie Mitchell says: "Juni Fisher is the best thing to happen to western music in a long time."
Fisher's awards for excellence in music include the 2005 AWA Female Vocalist of the Year, 2005 WMA Crescendo award winner, 2006, 2009, and 2011 WMA Female Performer of the Year, 2007 and 2011 WMA Song of the Year, 2008 WMA Songwriter of the Year, 2008 Western Heritage Wrangler Award Winner for Most Outstanding Western Album, 2009 WMA Album of the Year,
2011 WMA Female Performer of the Year, 2012 and 2017 True West Magazine Best Solo Musician,
and 2011 WMA Entertainer of the Year
THE WASTELAND KINGS
Americana Band from the Pacific Northwest
The premier Americana sound of The Wasteland Kings is second to none. Packing venues since 2008, WL
Influenced by the sounds of Steve Earle, The Stones, Townes Van Zant, Muddy Waters and The Pogues, WLK brings this genre with their own unique twist to give you the sound you hear today.
The husband of wife duo of Clinton and Sarah Carter perform Folk, Celtic, and Cowboy music.
Website & music: www.CarterJunction.com
The acoustic duo performs original and traditional songs in the Cowboy, Folk, and Celtic genres with Clinton Carter on vocals and guitar and Sarah on vocals, Celtic Harp, and Irish drum. Both are gifted vocalists, individually and in harmony, with Clinton singing bass and Sarah soprano. One reviewer described their music as “Johnny Cash Meets Loreena McKennitt”.
Carter Junction is rapidly earning a name for themselves at venues throughout the west.
JJQ (JENNI, JON & QUINN)
A dynamic trio that draws on a repertoire that includes Old Time, Folk, Bluegrass, Pop, Rock and most all things acoustic.
Jenni Jacobson, Champion fiddler and banjo virtuoso as well as award winning vocalist will lead you on a sonic adventure the likes of which you have never experienced - (and she’s not hard on the eyes either). David Quinley is a sought after accompanist and teacher playing acoustic bass, electric bass, guitar as well as keyboard. (he is a little harder on the eyes) Jon Jacobson can play anything with strings on it. (although not well, he is more of a quantity over quality guy) He knows more jokes that anyone alive and can remember most of them and will probably tell some of the clean ones. Together they are award winning educators, multi-instrumentalists and singers performing for over 20 years on fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar and upright bass. Their sound has been described as “the finest that acoustic music has to offer both vocally and instrumentally.” “Nobody else comes close” “beats sitting at home all night” “their sound will make you take back stuff you didn’t steal” “not to be missed” and on and on.