Juni Fisher was raised in a San Joaquin Valley, California, farming family and was active in 4-H and FFA. While studying Equine Science at the College of the Sequoias she rode horses for customers and was captain of the college horse show team. She rode sale pens for extra money at a local livestock sale and earned honors at Intercollegiate and Quarter Horse shows. During college she began singing big band standards in a dance orchestra to pay for horse show entries.
Fisher continued her career with horses, training cow horses, preparing snaffle bitters, hackamore and bridle horses, yet managed to fit in plenty of music around a demanding schedule. If there was a campfire gathering with music, Juni was there with her guitar. In 1984 she moved to Santa Ynez, California, to train cutting horses. A Santa Ynez area band asked her to play rhythm guitar and sing with them, and in time she was playing L.A. area clubs with a country dance band that also played western and cowboy music. Fisher shifted to music full-time in 2003 and is now the most awarded female performer in western music.
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