Named after the famous Oh! Ridge as you first come into June Lake; These guys are great entertainment. Click here to watch them on YouTube.
Wendy (and her daughter Krissi) happened to discover June Lake Loop for the first time this past Memorial Day weekend 2015! They were captivated by the surrounding beauty– not only of the place, but of the people! After playing some original music for their new Loop friends, Krissi and Wendy were told of the Music Festival and of the creative sharing of song that takes place there. Their interest was peaked! What an exciting opportunity it is for them to be able to come back to the Loop and play!
Bonnie Murray Tamblyn & Blue Heaven
Bonnie Murray Tamblyn, along with her band Blue Heaven, started her music career on 395 back in the 70’s. This singer/songwriter is known for her cinematic folk/rock songs about the High Sierra, truck-stops and honkytonks. She landed a recording contract with Epic Records, toured throughout the south, and penned the country hit , “I hope you understand when I’m gone” for RCA records. She is a member of the Recording Academy and her most recent album, Winter Wind, is available on CD Baby, i-tunes and LightRail Records. Along with her friend, Candy Logue, she established the June Lake Loop Mountain Music Festival in 2009, and is the founder of the non-profit – junelakearts.org. See and hear more on her website
Click here for samples of his music.
Sandy & The High Country
Check out their Facebook Page
Hurricane Hoover & Rocky School
Kirk Ward and the Loners