What the heck is “indie appalachian folk”?
Well, come to the tapps estate on June 29th to hear for yourself! The next show features Tina & Her Pony, riding all the way from New Mexico to serenade us with great music.
About the show
- The show will be at the tapps estate on Saturday, June 29th
- Doors open at 6pm, and the show starts promptly at 7pm.
- Light snacks and some drink options (alcoholic and non) will be provided. You may also bring snacks and/or drinks to share, but it’s not required
- As always, friends, family, significant others, well-behaved kids, co-workers and strangers are all welcome. If you would just please RSVP (either on facebook or send me an email) for everyone so I know how many people to prepare for
- admission to the concert is a SUGGESTED DONATION of $10.
if you don’t want to worry about carrying cash, that’s no problem. prepay using paypal or credit card here:
About Tina & Her Pony
With warm smiles and honest simplicity, Tina & Her Pony bring fresh life to old-time music.
The charming duo adds a unique sound to the American folk tradition, featuring original songs that echo familiar melodies while creating new waves with radical, queer lyrics and uncommon instrumentation.
Tina & Her Pony formed in Asheville, N.C., in 2009 following the chance meeting of Tina Collins (tenor banjo, tenor ukulele, guitar, vocals) and Quetzal Jordan (cello, guitar, vocals). Collins and Jordan spent the last two years holed up in the high desert mountain town of Taos, N.M., making music and friends, and becoming one of the iconic artist colony’s most beloved performing acts.
They draw inspiration from such artists as The Be Good Tanyas, Uncle Earl and Beirut, as well as the lush rivers and mountains that surround them.