Kathy Jonas started out as a 60’s folk singer in the coffeehouses of Berkeley. These days she performs songs as old as the 12th century and as new as yesterday. Her style is calm and thought provoking; some songs being up-beat and some, gentle and hushed. She currently has two CD’s: Bound Away (2016) and Into the Mystery (2017), with a third CD in the works. In all her music, she has a wonderful way of taking songs from past and present and making them her own.
It’s been a long and winding road for Craig Gurney from farm boy to oilfield roughneck to contractor to artist/poet.
Through it all, there has been one constant in Craig’s life: He is a teller of tales! Craig has addressed high school English and Drama classes, encouraging students to embrace poetry through his colorful, poetic tales of real-life events. Open mics, casual gatherings and the occasional paid gig have introduced listeners to storytelling similar to cowboy poetry by a modern-day saddle tramp riding an iron horse … a motorcycle.
Kathy and Craig first met when they shared a table at an open mic. They didn’t realize it at the time, but that was the beginning of their musical partnership. Both are established artists with admirers in their solo fields of folk music and motorcycle poetry. Capitalizing on their mutual respect for each other’s talents, they have recently blended their voices and styles into music for all to enjoy.