Half-Broke Horses, a Americana & Country band is comprised of vocalist/guitarist Tasha Curtis, vocalist/lead guitarist Jerry Williams and bass player Dusty Dave.
Kicking around Dirtpit Manor as a teenager, Tasha became greatly influenced by Emmylou Harris, Bob Dylan, Waylon Jennings, and Jerry Jeff Walker, and began singing & playing with the band Half-Broke Horses in 2010.
Jerry William began studying the guitar at the age of nine, with Jazz virtuoso, Johnny Smith. Jerry also studied guitar with blues legend, Brownie McGhee, and as an instrumental performance major at Berklee College of Music. Jerry's band, "Loco Pony", was inducted into the Las Vegas Country Music Hall Of Fame In 1993.
Dusty Dave grew up in West Texas, where he began a lifelong love of country music. Playing in bands since the age of 15, he has been active on the stage and studio in Santa Fe for almost 30 years.
Immerse yourself in honky-tonk songs and the heart-infused Americana of Half-Broke Horses.