The Far Field began during the summer of 2014 when singer/songwriter Jon Borcherding found fellow Far Fielders through an online personal ad. “It was an interesting process, he recalls, I think I auditioned at least one escapee from a mental institution.”
The process took several months and led to the close, vocal partnership that formed between Borcherding and singer, Kari Tally. Keys player, Ted LeCompte brought a sense of drama with his musical theatre experience.
Their sound is reminiscent of the revival-folk of the 60’s full of jangly guitars and wheezing harmonicas. Accordion and flute add elements that are at once ethereal and carnival-like. These sounds form a rusty fence that encloses a core of tight vocal harmonies. One audience member quipped that The Far Field’s sound is like “Iggy Pop meets Peter, Paul & Mary during a power outage.”
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