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Nashville's Side Pony Joins KSUT for Live In-Studio Session, Friday Morning at 10:10

The duo Side Pony, Alice Wallace and Caitlin Cannon.
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The duo Side Pony, Alice Wallace and Caitlin Cannon.

KSUT welcomes Side Pony, the duo of Alice Wallace and Caitlin Cannon, joined by their band for a live session Friday, August 27 at 10:10 AM, hosted by Jim Belcher. KSUT Sessions are sponsored by The Greenery.

Their Colorado tour includes the Concert Hall @The Park in Durango Thursday evening, and dropping by for a KSUT Session. They'll circle back next week for a performance at the Four Corners Folk Festival late night stage together, and Caitlin performs on the mainstage.

A former Durango resident, Caitlin is well known locally as both a musician and hair styIist. She relocated to Nashville shortly before the pandemic began, and just as she was releasing her new CD. In a town bursting at the seams with songwriters, it was a stroke of Nashville serendipity that found Caitlin Cannon and Alice Wallace seated next to each other at a songwriter’s round back in 2018. Wallace and Cannon have decided to take their shared love for a heartbreaking hook and punchy turn of phrase and form their own band. They call that band Side Pony.

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