“My Montana Home: Cowboy Poetry, Gypsy Jazz, Blues, and Fiddle Traditions” featuring Brigid & Johnny Reedy





Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center

450 W. Ohio St.
United States

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Brigid Reedy is a singer, songwriter, fiddler, poet, and storyteller who has become a singular young voice representing her beloved home state of Montana. Now age 22, Brigid’s writing draws considerably from her experience as a young woman living and working in the contemporary rural West. A natural and charismatic performer since the age of two, she imbues every performance with boundless enthusiasm, grace, passion, and soul. Along with her timeless, eclectic taste in music and love of words, it all makes Brigid a force in Western Americana music and poetry.

Brigid is joined by her “little” brother, Johnny “Guitar” Reedy, whose physical stature and musical skills belie his age. At only 17, Johnny is a multi-instrumentalist with the sensitivity, subtlety, and soul of a mature artist. Transcending the role of sideman, he has become a full-fledged collaborator, arranging music with Brigid for their Cowboy, Western Swing, Gypsy Jazz, and Blues repertoire. Johnny’s passion for music from around the world, combined with the Montana traditions he was steeped in, make him an intriguing and inspiring musical partner. Together, Brigid and Johnny blend exceptional musicianship, sublime sibling harmonies, and a voracious appetite for “good” music, with their love of Montana, Western culture, and deep affection for each other to bring something unique and special to every performance.

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Event Accessibility: Accessible Entrance, Accessible Parking Designated, Accessible Restrooms, Accessible Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Elevator to all public areas, ASL Interpretation

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