Gipsy Moon is a five-piece folk band based in the solititude of the Rocky Mountains of Nederland Colorado. Mixing original tunes with old world traditional songs, they provide a spetcrum of music ranging from folk melodys, to jazz improv, from retro slavic moods, to gipsy rhythms. They are gearing up to release a brand new album called ‘Songs of Olde’, an album of traditional songs from all parts of the world. 

Gipsy Moon is Mackenzie Page (vox, tenor banjo, guitar), Silas Herman (mandolin, octave mandolin), Matt Cantor (bass, harmony vox), Andrew Connley (cello), Omar Al’Tbal (percussion). The have played sold-out shows with bands including Elephant Revival, Rising Appalachia, The Oh Hellos, Greensky Bluegrass, Blondie, Devotchka and The Infamous Stringdusters. They’ve played renounded festivals like High Sierra Music Festival, Oregon Country Fair, Arise Music Festival and venues such as Boulder Theatre, The Odgen in Denver CO, House of Blues in Cleveland OH, Kentucky Performing Arts Center, and Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CO and many more. For tour dates click HERE.

In 2016 Gipsy Moon released ‘Sticks and Stones,' an album that takes a further step away from their bluegrass roots and begins to explore a roots, world sound. “We came together and collaborated on the song in this album. I see us creating more like this in the future”. says Mackenzie Page. The album was produced by Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth and recorded at Silo Sound in Denver CO.


 "Sticks and Stones takes listeners on a culturally and melodically rich journey and casts a wandering, nomadic path that dances back and forth across the gipsy folk genre.” -Marquee Magazine

Gipsy Moon has proven just what kind of band they are:  talented, skilled, driven, youthful, fun, intense, and veritable musical monsters in their own right. -The Lot Scene

"Gipsy Moon is an acoustic love cannon blasting a new generation's invitation to the dance of life. Based in the musical mecca of Colorado, this four-piece folk family has composed a collection tunes that will have you dancing, singing, and shouting right along with them..."

-Vince Herman of Leftover Salmon.

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