A West Canadian Folk Band
Tiger Moon is a West Canadian Folk band - a healthy blend of Bluegrass and Country with feet still deeply planted in the mud of the Folk world. Led by the singing couple Dan Tait and Kasey Graff, their sound is unique and instantly timeless as they weave stories and song into an enthralling performance experience.
Tiger Moon has been performing professionally since 2012, endeavouring to build a palpable bond between their members and their listeners. Boasting harmonious sounds, heartfelt melodies and foot-stomping rhythms, Tait & Graff are a pair to be reckoned with. They perform with a guitar, mandolin and foot-percussion - and drizzle it all over with syrupy sweet vocal harmonies. This provides their full-bodied live sound, which is at-once intimate and exhilarating.
With their full-length record 'Cariboo & Whiskey' released in June 2017, the band is poised to weave themselves deep into Canada's music scene the old-fashioned way... Through performance.
Tiger Moon Thus Far...
Tiger Moon is coming off a career year in 2017. Together the band recorded and released their debut full-length album Cariboo & Whiskey, completed another massive summer of touring through BC, Alberta & Ontario, and garnered performance slots at a few major BC festivals, including Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival, Arts Wells Festival, and Ponderosa Festival.
The band has hit the ground running in 2018, and are designing another successful touring year. The touring season will be taking Tiger Moon to Yukon Territory, through Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario, and all over British Columbia. The band will be all over Canada to soak up the rich festival season, and to hand-deliver as many Cariboo & Whiskey vinyls & CDs as possible across the country. The band has begun preparations for their 2019 full-length album.
"Salmon Arm Roots and Blues had the pleasure of presenting the talents of Tiger Moon at the 2017 Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival on the weekend of August 17 - 20, 2017. Although often considered an emerging or up and coming act, Tiger Moon is a fully formed musical entity that draws on a combination of superior talents.
Dan Tait and Kasey Graff share the same vision that is built on carefully crafted melodies and lyrics, strong vocals with a purposeful dynamic thrust, and a firm instrumental foundation. That the two are also incredibly engaging and sincere makes for performances that leave audiences coming back for more, even when placed among a heavyweight line-up."
Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival
"Dan and Kasey as Tiger Moon are a dynamic duo, making old songs new and their own songs instantly familiar. With excellent musicianship and talent, paired with being fabulous people to work with, I will consider them for future concert series and festivals I buy talent for! These two are so fabulous, I'm grateful to have been able to help with their career development through our Inside the Festival Program with Salmon Arm Roots and Blues. "
Executive and Creative Director, Creative Okanagan Artist and Event Development Society
"I love these guys, then again what’s not to love. T-Moon will turn any cold dark arena into a good ole barn dance in minutes, I’ve witnessed it!
The first time I saw them I felt like I’d known these sweet souls all my life; they just get under your skin and into your heart… It becomes a musical love affair!
I hope the rest of the world takes a minute to tune into Tiger Moon, one of the nicest discoveries of my musical life."
Danny McBride, CBS Recording Artist, Guitarist for Chris de Burgh and JC Superstar.
Recent Festival appearances
Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival - Salmon Arm, BC - 2017
Arts Wells Festival of All Things Art - Wells, BC - 2017
Ponderosa Festival - Rock Creek, BC - 2017
Tractorgrease Folk Festival - Chilliwack, BC - 2017
Penticton Canada Day Festival - Penticton, BC - 2017
Big White Cider Festival - Big White Ski Resort, BC - 2017
Okanagan Organic Festival - Kelowna, BC - 2015, 2017
Okanagan Tattoo Show - Kelowna, BC - 2016, 2017
Great Okanagan Beer Festival - Kelowna, BC - 2015, 2016