Barbara Lee Turrill on vocals, guitar and Morgen Spiess on clarinet, and saxophone. They perform original, traditional and new folk. They are the happiest in small clubs, house concerts, and other groovy venues, where the audience members are 4 feet away. The songs are filled with an Appalachian Scots-Irish soul or a New England 1960s small town blend with Urban Americana notes, combined with 21st century laid back folk-swing tunes. Barbara’s musical background includes playing at the infamous Cornelia St. Songwriters Cafe in NYC in the 70s, at folk festivals and clubs up and down the West Coast and in New England. She has won the New Songwriters contest at the Willamette Valley Folk Festival in Eugene.
Morgen Spiess plays clarinet and saxophone. Morgen has been entertaining up and down the west coast for decades. A famed busker at Seahawks, Blazers, Beaver, Ducks, and formerly Seattle Sonics games, Spiess played in his share of Lincoln County bands throughout the years. Among them New Clear Lights, and Anything Goes.