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Prairie Wildfire



**Turnberry Records Presents Prairie Wildfire’s Electrifying Single: “Blame It on Blue Eyes**


Turnberry Records proudly presents the latest single, “Blame It on Blue Eyes,” by Prairie Wildfire, crafted by hit writers David Stewart and Brink Brinkman. This upbeat love anthem is poised to set hearts racing and dance floors alight with its energetic bluegrass vibe.


Featuring the distinctive vocal harmonies that have earned Prairie Wildfire a devoted following nationwide, “Blame It on Blue Eyes” is a dynamic showcase of the band's musical prowess. The track’s infectious rhythm and heartfelt lyrics have secured its place in an upcoming movie, adding to its already impressive allure.


Radio listeners are in for a treat as Prairie Wildfire’s latest release promises to be a must-have addition to playlists. This vibrant, high-energy tune is designed to captivate audiences and leave a lasting imprint on the airwaves.


Stay tuned for the exhilarating release of “Blame It on Blue Eyes” by Prairie Wildfire on Turnberry Records and brace yourselves for a musical journey that celebrates love, energy, and unbridled passion.



About Turnberry Records:

Turnberry Records is a leading music label dedicated to showcasing exceptional talent and delivering outstanding musical experiences to audiences worldwide. Known for its commitment to innovation and artist development, Turnberry Records continues to be a trailblazer in the music industry.


Prairie Wildfire’s music blends the traditions of bluegrass with the free spirit of the still-wild West. All three Wyoming girls have spent their childhoods in a little town nestled in the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. Their paths were bound to cross–and those crossroads were full of bluegrass. The girls shared a great string teacher, Lynn Young, who invited them to the Thursday Night Jam. They’ve picked with some of the best (Lorraine Jordan, Greg Blake, Dale Ann Bradley), at their musical home, that same Thursday Night Jam at the famous Occidental Saloon where their teacher Lynn introduced them to another mentor, acclaimed songwriter David Stewart. The girls now play, sing, and write songs as individual artists, with Prairie Wildfire, and with David Stewart as part of his Wyoming Wind band.

Morgan Blaney handles the upright bass for the band, blending rock-solid rhythms with both bluegrass and jazz influences. She loves singing leads on old classics, belting them out with her honey-toned voice. She loves to back up Sage and Tessa’s vocals with her up-on-your-tippy-toes high harmony. When she isn’t plucking the bass in the Occidental Saloon, she loves to hole up at the family cabin in the Big Horn mountains. A junior in college, she’s the first double major in bluegrass and jazz upright bass at University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.

Tessa Taylor frails that banjo with high energy and a sense of fun. She frequently plays rhythm guitar for the band when they are out on the road. Her unique vocal style reflects the hard-driving, high lonesome sounds of Wyoming cowboy country.  She sings low harmonies with just a touch of that bluegrass twang. She’s a ranch girl who loves horses and hiking. And she can find an old-time jam to join almost anywhere. Tessa will graduate high school this spring.

Sage Palser fell in love with mandolin as a kid and has been singing and picking ever since. Sage’s rich, full vocals resonate with tenderness and intensity. When she’s not singing lead, she pulls out the middle range harmonies that are part of the Prairie Wildfire “brand.” When she’s not performing, you can find her swing dancing to great country bands. She loves the mountains, the family ranch in Ten Sleep, and her horse Sweetie. This fall, she began her college career at East Tennessee State’s in their Bluegrass Old Time and Roots Music Studies.

West Virginia Train ISRC: QZMHE2202000

Solid Ground ISRC: QZMHE2250927

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