Kelowna folk duo launches new album

Tiger Moon releases new album, Cariboo and Whiskey, June 9

Morning Star reporter Parker Crook sits down with Dan Tait of Okanagan folk act Tiger Moon to discuss the launch their first full-length album, Cariboo and Whiskey.

Tiger Moon will host a live-streamed album release performance at The Kelowna Forum June 9, and are embarking on a release tour across B.C. and Alberta afterwards, with a stopover at Vernon’s Record City June 24 with Lowell Friesen.

Tickets to the show at Record City are available for $10 presale online at www.okomfest.com. Show at 8 p.m. For a full listing of tour dates, visit www.tigermoonmusic.com.

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