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Don Sechelski- guitar, vocals, songwriting. Don has been writing and performing music for over 30 years. From Atlanta to New Orleans to Chicago and back to Atlanta still chasing the buffalo.
Wendy DuMond-guitar, vocals, songwriting. Wendy has the soul of a poet and the vision of an artist. From Montana, through Oklahoma, to New York and back to Atlanta, she follows the bucking horse moon.
Tom Wolf-guitar, mandolin, vocals, songwriting. Tom has played so many venues around the city of Atlanta, it would be easier to list places he hasn’t played. Qick with a joke or a sizzling riff, Tom is the stick that stirs the drink.
Jim Kirkland-fiddle, mandolin, flutes, whistles. Jim has the train whistle in his soul and jazz in his fingertips.
Blackfoot daisies are hearty wild flowers that grow on the prairies of Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. You can find them growing naturally in the Texas Blackland prairie, which runs from the Red River to the Texas-Oklahoma border. The band is a humble trio (sometimes duo) that plays original, Americana style music. We are based in the Atlanta metro area. We are a little haunted by the prairie, the wind, the shifting of tall grasses, the sound of crickets, and a lonesome train whistle drifting through the night.
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