Juni's CD "Listen...to the horse" has been featured in several award

winning films, and has become the official music of the

Cowboy Dressage world, and for that we are celebrating.

Thanks for the outpouring of support for this Album!

 

Juni Fisher "One Sheet" (click here for a printable version)

JUNI FISHER : The facts
Juni Fisher/Red Geetar Records/Red Geetar Music Booking:
call or email office for details 615-289-1292 or juni@junifisher.net
Mailing address:
Juni Fisher
c/o Red Geetar Records 2105 Granville Rd Franklin, TN 37064
Phone number for media interviews: 615-289-1292

Kudos: (in order, most recent first)

2017 "Best Solo Western Musician" Reader's Choice,

           True West Magazine

2014 Western Writers of America Spur Award, best Song

2013 Western Music Association Song of the Year

2012 NRCHA Celebrity Cow Horse Challenge Champion

2012 True West Magazine Best Solo Performer, Editor's Choice
2011 Western Music Association Entertainer of the Year
2011 Western Music Association Female Performer of the Year
2011 Western Music Association Song of the Year
2009 Western Music Association Female Performer of the Year
2009 Western Music Association Traditional Album of the Year
2008 Western Heritage "Wrangler Award" for Outstanding Western Album
2008 Western Music Association Songwriter of the Year
2007 Western Music Association Song of the Year
2006 Western Music Association Female Performer of the Year
2005 Academy of Western Artists Female Vocalist of the Year
2005 Western Music Association Crescendo Award

Endorsements: Larrivee Guitars (guitars) Elixir Strings (guitar strings), Montana Peaks (hats), Buffalo Run Boot Company (boots) Caboots (boots) Lucky Star Gallery (guitar straps)

Short act description:
Juni Fisher is among the nation's top Western Music performers.
Her performance kudos include:
2006, 2009 and 2011 WMA Female Performer of the Year
Composer and performer of the four Song of the Year awards
2008 WMA Songwriter of the Year, 2009 Album of the Year
2008 Western Heritage Wrangler Award winner for Most Outstanding Traditional Western Album
2011 Western Music Association Entertainer of the Year

Longer act description:
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 hap- pen to western music in a long time."

Fisher's awards for excellence in music include

2005 AWA Female Vocalist of the Year
2005 WMA Crescendo award winner
2006, 2009, and 2011 WMA Female Performer of the Year
2007, 2011, and 2013 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 Entertainer of the Year

2012 True West Magazine Best Solo Musician, Editor's Choice

2012 NRCHA Celebrity Cow Horse Challenge Champion

2014 WWA (Western Writers of America) Song of the Year

2017 True West Magazine Best Solo Musician, Reader's Choice

COMMENTS

"Whenever a new disc from Juni Fisher hits my mailbox, I am like a kid at Christmas getting it unwrapped and into my CD player. I have come to expect only the best from a Juni Fisher recording but when I got, in "Let 'er Go, Let 'er Buck, Let 'er Fly" obliterated all expectations. Yeeowza! In an instant I was a century younger, I tasted the dust in the Pendleton arena, I smelled the lathered bucking stock, I rode with Jackson Sundown, and I witnessed Bonnie McCarroll's fateful ride. As the last track ended, reality replaced the Round-up and I returned home...but I can go back anytime I wish, simply by inserting the CD. Juni really Let 'er Go, Let 'er Buck, Let 'er Fly on this one!"
Andy Nelson, Cowboy Poet, Humorist, DeeJay on Clear Out West Radio

"Juni Fisher is the best thing to happen to Western music in a long time. Her ability to draw the audience back in time is a talent that will help preserve the essence of the West."
Waddie Mitchell, Cowboy Poet


"Juni Fisher's songwriting is thoughtful, creative, and embellished with soaring melodies that transport the audience effortlessly to the grand vistas of the West. Just as important is her ability to deliver the music with a wonderful live performance."
Mike Fleming, Arts and Events Supervisor, City of Santa Clarita


"Music is the only art that can bring back the undercurrents of history, the heart of the past. Juni Fisher finds her untold family in 'Gone for Colorado' and all of a sudden, we see these people, we smell the air, we are there."
Hal Cannon, Founding Director, Western Folklife Center and National Cowboy Poetry Gathering


"Juni Fisher's luminous intensity ignites her writing and her performances. 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. Known for her flawless performances and recordings, she blazes a unique trail of excellence in craft and entertainment"
Margo Metagrano, Editor Cowboy Poetry.com


Cowboys and Indians Magazine, July 2009: 4 page article about Juni!

Western Way Magazine, Summer 2009: Juni's on the Cover! Feature article too!

DID YA KNOW..

  • Juni's an avid fly angler.
  • Has a cutting horse, nicknamed "Silk" and a futurity prospect, nicknamed"Dee Jay"
  • Former president of her local chapter of Trout Unlimited, Fly Fishing instructor for Casting For Recovery and Becoming an Outdoors Woman programs, and regular participant St. Judes Children's Hospital "Hooked on a Cure" celebrity fly fishing events.
  • Has been featured on several fly fishing shows.
  • Has had music in films, and TV show soundtracks.
  • Was one of a few female competitors in the 2003 and 2004 OLN Fly Fishing Masters competition.
  • Was the first woman to win the IARCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity, in 1981 (and the youngest rider to win, at that point in time)
  • Was the first woman to be awarded the coveted Wrangler Award by the National Cowboy Museum for Most Outstanding Western Album
  • Has a soft spot in her heart for stringed instuments in need of rescue.
  • Is happily married to a non-musician, who is her fishing buddy. His name is Rusty.
  • First woman in Western Music History to be named "Entertainter of the Year"

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Juni's custom hats are made by Montana Peaks hat Company

For mail communications: Juni Fisher c/o Red Geetar Records, 2105 Granville Rd., Franklin, TN 37064 ~ Call 615-289-1292 or email us at info@junifisher.net