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KSUT welcomes singer-songwriter Bonnie Sims for a virtual live session, Wednesday, 10/26, 2:30 PM

courtesy of Bonnie Sims
Singer-songwriter Bonnie Sims will join host Tami Graham, Wednesday, October 26 at 2:30 PM for a virtual live zoom session. Among her varied musical projects, Sims is part of the acclaimed female bluegrass band "Big Richard", performing at the Animas City Theatre in January.

Platinum recording artist Bonnie Sims grew up on bluegrass music in Texas, with a professional banjo player for a father and a family band from a young age. She studied commercial music at South Plains College under Joe Carr & Alan Munde (Country Gazette) and double majored in mandolin and singing/yodeling. After graduating she moved to Colorado where she has had over a decade of success in projects with her husband, Taylor: Bonnie & Taylor Sims BandEverybody Loves An OutlawBonnie & the Clydes, and most recently the female supergroup Big Richard which has given Bonnie the opportunity to simultaneously return to her roots and defy tradition, two things she enjoys immensely.

Sims will join KSUT for a virtual live session on Wednesday, October 26, at 2:30 PM hosted by Tami Graham. She'll be performing with Big Richard on January 29, 2023 at the Animas City Theatre in Durango.

courtesy of Big Richard
What began as an all-female festival collaboration quickly morphed into a serious passion project driven by sisterhood, harmony and humor - along with the shared desire to rage fiddle tunes and smash the patriarchy.

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