Featured at the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering for the past six years, Brigid Reedy has become a singular young voice representing her beloved home state of Montana. Brigid is an important singer, songwriter, fiddler, and poet – carrying forward classic cowboy music, poetry, and rich Montana fiddle traditions with exceptional musicianship, a distinctive approach to repertoire, and her strong sense of place. A charismatic performer since the age of two when she first yodeled at the Pioneer Saloon, Brigid (now 20) has traveled widely, carrying with her boundless enthusiasm, grace, passion, and soul. Brigid will be joined by her little brother, Johnny “Guitar” Reedy, who at only 15 has transcended the role of sideman, becoming a full-fledged collaborator, possessing a phenomenal gift for rhythm and extraordinary musical sensibilities. Brigid and Johnny are excited to share with you their love of Montana, Western culture, and a voracious appetite for good music.
One of the most vibrant new shoots coming up at the [National Cowboy Poetry] Gathering… — The Wall Street Journal
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