Prairie Wildfire Band

Prairie Wildfire Band

Prairie Wildfire, formed in 2015, is an all-girl, country and bluegrass trio from Buffalo, Wyoming.

BAND summer 2021 Press pic PW Sage Tessa Morgan

Sage Palser, Morgan Blaney, and Holly Qualm discovered their joy for making music together while attending the Bighorn Mountain Bluegrass Camp for Kids. The girls have grown individually and as a band.

The group’s repertoire showcases their unique harmony in an original song, Tennessee Rain, written by Sage Palser, but also offers a blend of bluegrass, country, and gospel as well as several other original songs written together as a band such as Wildfire, Not Your Ordinary Girls, and their most recent, Hometown Hearts.

The girls have been honored to perform on the main stage of the Big Horn Mountain Bluegrass Festival in 2016 and 2017, and have been asked back for the 2018 Festival! They sing at the Ranch in Ucross, HF Bar Ranch, and various locations in Wyoming. They feel most at home at the Thursday night jam at the historic Occidental Hotel in Buffalo, Wyoming, and perform there as often as they can. They realized a dream of recording their debut CD, Hometown Hearts, in March of 2018, with Jacob Groopman of the band Front Country, as producer.