Tuesday, October 17
7:00 pm
Goldpine with special guest Susan Gibson
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About the event

Americana act Goldpine was built by married couple Benjamin and Kassie Wilson (formerly called “My One and Only”).  From festivals like 30A Songwriting Festival and Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion to listening rooms throughout the United States, Goldpine has been offering their own brand of raw Americana to audiences large and small.

Finalists in the Kerrville Folk Fest 2021 New Folk Competition, the duo’s bold harmonies are clearly a channel for their highly charged songwriting.  Exposing the pains of severed relationships and unearthing the pursuits of love and purpose, Goldpine is cathartic, moody, raucous, and relevant all wrapped into one. Touring since 2015, they have been lessening the gap between music and the audience by disclosing their stories behind the lyrics at every venue along the way.

Susan Gibson is best known for writing the intergalactic hit “Wide Open Spaces” recorded and released by The Chicks (1998, Sony Records) but she’s got some other pretty good songs too. Susan was named 1998 BMI Songwriter of the Year and 2009 West Texas Hall of Fame Entertainer of the Year and the song won a CMA Single of the year. Even though stadiums full of people have sung that song at the top of their lungs, her real strengths as an artist lie in her ability to connect with one fan at a time, one line at a time.

Quenby has been playing, writing, recording and touring since 2007. She has played from LA to Houston and Santa Fe to Seattle for the better part of the past ten years both with her country band and as a solo act. She has two full-length albums to date and a growing number of singles recorded and available on all streaming and digital services.

Quenby’s original music has been licensed to two films, “Doonby” starring John Schneider (Dukes of Hazzard) and “Deep in the Heart” starring Jon Gries (Napolean Dynamite) and has been chosen for the title track of another screenplay in development, “Falling Off Horses”. Her music can be found on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon and all other streaming platforms under “Quenby and the West of Wayland Band” and on her website at www.quenbywowband.com.

Quenby was born and raised outside of Boston, MA with three brothers and an abundance of imagination. She moved to Los Angeles in `97 where she spent the next 17 years working in film and television, costuming and acting, and eventually found her place making music and touring her band. She now resides in Paradise Valley, Montana with her husband, fellow singer-songwriter, Sean Devine, and keeps up her writing and touring schedule.

When not on the road you can probably catch her acting at one of the two community theaters in town or on film. Look for her movie debut in an upcoming release, “Mending the Line” shot locally in Paradise Valley, starring Sinqua Walls and Brian Cox!

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