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High Sierra Music Festival Highlights

2014 was our first year at High Sierra Music Festival and it couldn’t have been better! We got to play throughout the weekend with our own band and sit in with various awesome musicians. T Sisters appearances included our first set which started off the festival on Thursday morning at the[…]

Kate Wolf Fest was a folkin’ good time

We had the pleasure of participating in the Kate Wolf Music Festival at Black Oak Ranch near Mendocino. This was the 19th annual festival and you could definitely feel the deep folk roots there. We performed in the Revival Tent which was set up to feel like being inside someone’s[…]

Summer Rockies Tour was a blast!

We took our tour van around to some amazing places on this past tour through the Rockies.  We hiked and camped in the mountains in Nevada, hung out with wonderful folks at Palisade Bluegrass and Roots festival in western Colorado, and explored Arches National Park in Moab, Utah — we took[…]

Remembering Grandma Tietjen

Our paternal grandmother, Louise Tietjen, passed away this past winter of 2013 at the age of 87.  We were glad that we had a chance to see our grandparents when they made a trip to California a few months prior.  We used to go back east every summer to hang out at their[…]

Our First DelFest, #DelYeah!

The weekend of May 24th 2014 we arrived, slightly haggard, after a long couple days of traveling and found ourselves in the gorgeous location of DelFest in Cumberland, Maryland. We were thrilled to arrive to beautiful sunny weather, kind hospitality and great music as soon as we got out of[…]

Amazing Time with The Waybacks at MerleFest

It all started with a call from our buddy, Joe Kyle Jr., about an intriguing musical collaboration with The Waybacks, a band with whom he plays the bass. He proposed we join The Waybacks as guest vocalists for a special show which they had been doing for the past seven years at Merlefest[…]

Busking in Washington Square Park, NY

On our off-day in NYC we decided to try busking in Washington Square Park.   We lasted for about an hour in the heat and then went to a great show at City Winery to see Eilen Jewell with her band and another band we’d never heard of before, The[…]

Handmade Business Cards on the Road

We never did get around to making business cards before leaving for the Northwest adventure. Luckily I had brought a rubber eraser and carved a stamp on a lovely sunny day in Mendocino while visiting our buddies, the Blushin’ Roulettes. One side of the cards has the handmade rubber stamp,[…]

Part 1: On our merry way

It took us about 5 hours to pack for the trip, granted Chloe had to make bread pudding and Erika had to pick up a bike rack at REI but finally we were ready to hit the road.