Friday, June 23rd @ 7:30pm
Tia McGraff is an internationally renowned and award-winning Americana/Country singer-songwriter from Port Dover, ON, Canada. With Scottish and Transylvanian roots running through her songwriting and voice, Tia’s talent has been described as “haunting and soul-gripping.”
With six album releases, four videos on CMT Canada, various film/television placements, and numerous nominations and awards – including Americana album of the year first ballot nomination for 2016 Grammy Awards – have earned Tia a respect in the music industry and a global fanbase that continues to stretch beyond demographics.
Tia’s latest release, ‘Crazy Beautiful’ – produced by Colorado native, husband and longtime collaborator, Tommy Parham – was released in 2015, and immediately impressed Americana and Country radio programmers in the USA, Canada and Europe, resulting in significant activity on various airplay charts. Tommy, who moved to Nashville, TN in 1998 with a staff songwriter deal in hand, and soon became one of Music Row’s sought after hit writers, is credited with cuts by major label artists, including Lee Greenwood, and film placements in movies starring Ashley Judd, among others.
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September 5th in LaMars, Iowa, Taylor Pie was inducted into the National Traditional Country Music Assn Hall of Fame, and performed on stage that evening with old friend Jerre Haskew, formerly of The Cumberland Trio, who received a Lifetime Achievement award from the association. His wife, Barbara was also there to accept folk album of the year for the Haskew family’s “Songs From the Fiery Gizzard.”
Here’s a picture of the three about to board plane in Sioux City heading home to Tennessee! From L to R: Barbara Haskew, Jerre Haskew, and Pie.
Sunday, August 9th, 2015 we lost a kindred soul, gifted songwriter performer and champion of human rights. Our grief is overwhelming…Audrey Auld performed at our very first house concert, and what a night it was! Remembering you with sweet, sassy thoughts, Audrey as I watch it again. I hope you’re making as much noise in that angel band as you made down here with us. Play on girl, play on.