Big Tree, currently planted in California’s Bay Area, has spent the past five years establishing a fan base on both coasts. With a lush sound that blends folk and pop, the 5-piece band crafts songs of an epic nature, full of movement and melody. Here they discuss their bi-coastal existence, as well as their experience with an eco-friendly touring van, among other things, with guest host DJ Wynn.
Featured Song: “San Francisco”
Big Tree’s Little EP is available now.
Complete broadcast and radio playlist: http://b-t-r.co/10Ex4eM
Upcoming tour dates:
6/8 @ Jubilee Music Fest in Los Angeles, CA
6/15 @ Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, CA
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