What People Are Saying…


Tina & Her Pony deliver a gentle folk music that inexorably swells into a powerful wave. The songs themselves carry a gentle wisdom that invigorates the listener.  Tina & Her Pony truly commit to a kind of chamber folk that feels as timeless as it does timely.”

– RACHEL CHOLST, No Depression

“I was totally enchanted by the seemingly paradoxical combination of roots-as-old-as-the-hills sounding music, and yet fresh as the day after tomorrow vibe and sensibility, all presented with exquisite musicianship and sensitivity”

– Don Richmond, Howlin’ Dog Records

“So at ease on stage and in their music and, seemingly, in their individual skins, that it would be hard not to go along with any idea or musical arrangement they’d set forth…From their hers and hers vests to their warm stage banter to way their voices blended, it was a love at first listen situation.”

– Alli Marshall , Navy Black

Asheville’s indie Appalachian folk duo Tina & Her Pony (Tina Collins and Quetzal Jordan) may produce sensations of abrupt and unexpected joy. Their approach to music feels at once old-timey and totally modern. They exhibit an enviable versatility on several instruments—Collins on tenor banjo, tenor ukulele, and guitar, and Jordan on cello and guitar—and they blend their voices to create harmonies that wrap you in sound. Listening to Tina & Her Pony is like visiting your favorite old friends—the ones who have been together for years but haven’t relinquished any of their love for adventure and exploration and always have new stories to tell.

– Ali McGhee,  Asheville Grit

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