New video for Tiller’s Folley

New video from Blue Frog Session in White Rock, British Columbia.

Tiller’s Folly is made up of the Western Canadian trio Bruce Coughlan

Tiller’s Folly is made up of the Western Canadian trio Bruce Coughlan

Tiller’s Folley has released a new live video.

This is the second live music video for the local group from its recent Blue Frog Session, recorded on March 25 in White Rock.

The song called Old Hank was inspired while touring Bristol, a city in Sulivan County, Tennessee, the last place Hank Williams was known to be alive.

Earlier this year, the band released The Bitter End, a song set in the waters between British Columbia and Washington State during the prohibition era.

Tiller’s Folly is made up of the western Canadian trio Bruce Coughlan, singer, songwriter and guitarist, Nolan Murray who plays the fiddle, mandolin and mandocaster and Laurence Knight on bass and vocals.