Americana singer-songwriter Sera Cahoone is the daughter of a dynamite salesman who grew up in the Colorado Foothills. She played her first gig on drums in a Denver dive bar's open blues jam at age 12. A young adult, she moved to Seattle where she played drums with the adored indie rock group, Carissa’s Wierd, and later Band of Horses. She then went on to release four solo acoustic records, two with Sub Pop. In 2019, Cahoone received a Gold Record for her work with Band of Horses. Cahoone has toured with many artists such as Tift Merritt, Gregory Alan Isakov, Kathleen Edwards, Son Volt, Mason Jennings and Band Of Horses. Most recently, Cahoone opened for the Indigo Girls celebrating their 30th anniversary. She will be featured in the book “Bring Music Home” to be released in April 2021. This book celebrates venues like the Tractor Tavern, Stubby’s, Baby’s All Right, and The Fillmore with artists Alice Cooper, Dehd, Native Sun, The Black Angels and many more. In addition to her work on drums and work as singer-songwriter, Cahoone co-produced her own records and produced Margo Cilker’s new record set to be released in September 2021. Cahoone has earned great praise from KEXP, NPR series Tiny Desk Concert, First Listen and Songs We Love. Her work has been featured in numerous publications including the Seattle Times, UPROXX, ELLE and KEXP, and The Stranger.