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Fri, Feb 18


Silver City

Juniper Djinn with The Salty Lemon Stringband

You absolutely don't want to miss this one: two incomparable, unforgettable bands making musical magic together!

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Juniper Djinn with The Salty Lemon Stringband
Juniper Djinn with The Salty Lemon Stringband

Time & Location

Feb 18, 2022, 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Silver City, 200 N Bullard St, Silver City, NM 88061, USA

About the Event

At 6500 ft, in their offgrid home overlooking the border of Mexico and the  small town of Bisbee Arizona, Bill Stoller and Jessica Fleet make up the  core sound of Juniper Djinn. The couple writes and performs as a duo  but regularly features amazing musicians from all over the country  playing bass, violin, trumpet, clarinet, trombone, accordion, tenor  banjo, piano, drums, and guitar. Together they have been performing,  writing, and playing in other bands professionally for 8+ years. Juniper  Djinn was born from years of music into its own experience of  traditional jazz with a melding of renaissance waltzes and Eastern  European Folk. Multi-instrumental Bill Stoller plays guitar and stand-up  bass and Jessica plays clarinet, guitar, and sings.  Originally from  the Blue Ridge Mountains in Southwest Virginia, her up-bringing is  reflected in her vocal style and unique one-of -kind voice. She has been  called "the girl Louie" by many and compared to Bessie Johnson by famed  musician Baby Gramps. Dark Waltes, old blues, traditional swing, and  sweet melodies of great jazz standards are the sounds that make Juniper  Djinn. You never know what this couple will bring to a show, from a 6  piece band to an intimate duo, Juniper Djinn delivers a one of kind show  every time.

The Salty Lemon Stringband is about as diverse and you get when it comes to musical energy and repertoire. From Eastern European dance music and French Mazurkas to Early Turn of the Century American Ragtime and New Orleans jazz, The Salty Lemon Stringband will keep you dancing the night through!

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