Prairie Wildfire, formed in 2015, is an all-female band from Buffalo, Wyoming, offering a blend of bluegrass, country, and gospel. With lead singer Sage Palser on mandolin, vocalist Morgan Blaney on bass, vocalist Tessa Taylor on banjo, and Holly Qualm on guitar, these dynamos have honed their harmonies, filled out their sound with original instrumentation, and written many of their own tunes.
About the Band
Morgan is in her second year at UNC Greeley in Colorado. She is excited about going to college and will play music with new people, but plans to continue with Prairie Wildfire in the summers and when she can sneak home.
Holly is a freshman at the University of Wyoming in Laramie where she is studying education.
Everywhere Holly goes, she spreads love and light to children of all ages.
Sage is a senior at Buffalo High School and is looking forward to graduate.
In addition to being the lead singer and mandolin player in the band, Sage is a lyricist.
She began songwriting after visiting her great grandpa at his ranch outside of Ten Sleep, Wyoming. She released her first solo CD, "Red Dirt & Sage", in 2014, and is also featured on the Occidental Jam CDs released in 2015 and 2016.
She loves horses and learning how to play every instrument she can get her hands on. She is the section leader of her elite high school singing group, loves to play quints in percussion of her high school band and is the jazz singer in Buffalo High School's jazz band.
Tessa joined the band in 2020,
adding her dynamic, powerful
voice, energetic clawhammer banjo picking, as well as her
mastery of all kinds of different
Tessa is a junior in high school
and enjoys her family ranch,
riding, getting bucked off, and
loves playing varsity volleyball.
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