b. 18 Sept 1961, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Most widely known like a one-time innovator of Minneapolis-based origins rockers the Jayhawks, singer-songwriter/guitarist Tag Olson also released several produces within the Unique Tranquility Ridge Creek Dippers, a device that at once included his after that wife, Victoria Williams. Created in 1985, the Jayhawks’ audio was an assortment of traditional rockers such as for example Neil Youthful, the Rolling Rocks, as well as the Soaring Burrito Brothers. It made an appearance as if the songwriter tandem of Olson and Gary Louris would quickly become among music’s finest, but after many albums didn’t introduce these to a wider target audience, Olson remaining the music group, and promptly created a new device with Williams (billed as Mabel Allbright), the initial Tranquility Ridge Creek Dippers. Becoming a member of the duo was Mike ‘Razz’ Russell (violin/bass/banjo), using the trio issuing three produces in as much years. On 1998’s Pacific Coastline Rambler and the next calendar year’s Zola AS WELL AS THE Tulip Tree, the trio was became a member of by a ensemble of music artists including Marc Ford (electric guitar), John Convertino (drums), Eric Heywood (pedal metal), and Don Heffington (percussion). Because of their fourth discharge, 2000’s beguiling MY VERY OWN Jo Ellen, the music group’s name turned to Tag Olson And THE INITIAL Tranquility Ridge Creekdippers. The next December’s Kid included Olson’s initial collaboration with previous band partner Louris since his divide in the Jayhawks many years earlier, entitled ‘State You’ll End up being Mine’.