Jami Lynn

   NEW ALBUM April 1oth!  "Fall is a Good Time to Die" enlists the talents of Sioux Falls musicians Andrew Reinartz (bass) and Dalton Coffey (dobro). It's made up of ten original tracks recorded by Dalton in his Sioux Falls studio and mixed by Eddie Faris (Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder) in Nashville, TN. View the shows page for release dates near you.

In other news...

-Tune into SDPB Radio on Saturday, March 28th at 11pm CT/10pm MT  for a NEW episode bringing together the talents of Jami Lynn and Chris Champion in an acoustic concert held October 9, 2014 at Dakota State University.

-Watch videos from SDPB TV 's Saturday, January 31st performance of Jami, Andrew, and Dalton joined by Nick Schwebach and Owen Dejong on "No Cover, No Minimum" here.

-Jami's unreleased song "Coyote, Why ya been lookin' so thin" is featured in the 2015 Banjo Babes Compilation CD and Calender.  Order the calendar or read more here.

      Kind words from others....

"This album sounds pure. A purity that sounds as authentic as the songs our grandparents listened to on the radio, with sometimes wild, sometimes sultry grooves well suited for any turn of the century basement jazz club, work farm picnic, or rural speakeasy."

        - No Depression

"Jami Lynn impresses me. Leagues elevated from the girl with acoustic guitar-folk idiom..... Sodbusters is a prime example of Dakotan craft and an unrivaled handsome achievement of a relative newcomer to the folk genre."
       -Altcountry Forum
"Lynn’s voice shifts easily from indie rock croon to a full bodied gospel to a traditional folk storyteller, making each song unique.."
      -Nine Bullets
"There is actually a basic music that feels like real folk. With stories, singing and more by a voice that seems to be made of pure Crystal, but is also able to cut like a blade finely honed."
        -Americana Music France
-Cover and banner photos by Dario Acosta