Cowgirl's Dream
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Jul
14
Cowgirl's Dream @ Kittitas County Fair

Ellensburg, Washington, USA

Ellensburg, Washington, USA

Feb
15
Cowgirl's Dream @ Hal Holmes Community Center

Ellensburg, Washington, USA

Ellensburg, Washington, USA

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Starting with the time-worn tradition of western swing music, the Tacoma-based band was created with the debut of Kristi Nebel's album, DETOUR. Kristi brings her years of love in performing this music to her lead singing, with back-up harmonies and a few original songs from Steve Nebel.
Toby Hanson, accordionist lends his skills in arranging tunes as well as playing them. His background as the young founder of the Smiling Scandinavians band, brings his musical expertise from studies at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, from which he graduated Magna Cum Laud. He has been awarded first place in the senior division of the Leavenworth International Accordion Competition for his outstanding performances.
Years of local dance drumming experience come from Tacoman Mike Friel. Rounding out the sound are the rhythm and lead guitar and bass of Steve Nebel and Kristi Nebel have performed all over the Pacific Northwest for the past 25 odd years as Pressure Ridge. Listeners and dancers are familiar with their sounds as Pressure Ridge, a band that has played in fraternal organizations throughout the state of Washington. The duo has also toured with their original Americana music, under their own names. They’ve made seven trips thus far to the United Kingdom as well as a cross-country tour of the United States. Their names are familiar as performers in numerous festival venues locally and abroad.
In the past year the band performed in parks concerts in Port Orchard, Seattle, and on the Taste of Tacoma Festival stage as well as the Pacific Festival stage. They did concerts at the Skamokawa Grange and the Roxy Theatre in Morton, as well. Their album debut concert at A Rhapsody in Bloom in Tacoma was a sold-out event.
The songs the band play have been familiar to country dancers for three generations of Americans from sea to shining sea. As well, the group lends some self-penned Americana songs to the mix. The band has been seen in Ellensburg last July at the Gourd Festival and will be returning to perform at it for their third year this coming summer.