Oracle Piano Society to present Juni Fisher

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Oracle Piano Society

Oracle – On Sunday, Feb. 4, a late afternoon visit to the Oracle Center for the Arts, located at 700 E. Kingston St. in Oracle will garner you a delighted ear filled with the original songs, storytelling and guitar playing of Western Folk singer-songwriter Juni Fisher. 

   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.

  “Juni Fisher is the best thing to happen to western music in a long time,” says cowboy poet,
Waddie Mitchell. The Western Music Association agrees, as Juni is winner of 16 significant
music awards since 2005. With seven albums released, Juni has a huge selection of music
available to the public. She performs in the intimacy of house concerts or on stage at major
music festivals.

  Tickets for the 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. event may be purchased for $25 each by visiting online at www.oraclepianosociety.org/schedule-of-events. To learn more about Juni Fisher visit online at
www.junifisher.net/index.html. If you’d like a preview of Juni’s concert, check out some of her performances on YouTube. 

 

 

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