Juni Fisher is a multi-award-winning singer, songwriter, and producer, the IWMA Entertainer of the Year, four times Female Performer of the Year, (IWMA and AWA), four-time Song of the Year winner (IWMA and WWA), and two-time True West Magazine Best Solo Musician. She was the first woman to win the National Cowboy Museum’s Wrangler Award in 2009 for her CD, Gone for Colorado, which was also the 2009 IWMA Album of the year. Her songs been in feature film and documentary sound tracks and have been recorded by artists in folk and western music circles.
Before writing her first novel Girls From Centro, she was published in Equus Magazine, Trout Unlimited Newsreel, The Western Way, and True West Magazine.
Fisher splits her time between the outskirts of Nashville, Tennessee, and her hometown in Tulare County, in central California. When she’s on the west coast between concert tours, she rides and shows her cutting horse, nick-named Dee Jay.
And when she takes an incognito break from the road with husband Rusty, they head for places where waters run clear and cold, and trout rise to well tied flies. She has a wicked double haul cast and has been known to have to be coaxed and bribed out of the water at the end of the day. She is, after all, a Fisher.