Describe your sense of style.
"Good style to me means versatility. When I’m out on the road I don’t have the luxury of bringing my entire wardrobe, so the pieces I bring have to count. Growing up riding horses, I was always getting dirty while wearing my riding clothes. I guess I’ve sort of carried that sentiment over into my adult life. Right now I am really drawn to '70s ranch wear in that Debra Winger-'Urban Cowboy' kind of way."
What are you favorite Bay Area shops?
"Carolina Boutique in Mill Valley, Gravel & Gold, Held Over, Dusty of California, and Other Avenues Co-Op."
Does your personal style differ from your stage style?
"I think my stage style is just a mildly souped-up version of my personal day-to-day style. The feel and cut of each piece is the same (lots of high-waisted jeans paired with boots), but the jeans on stage are typically a size smaller and the boots are an inch or two taller than what I would wear during the day!"
What's your favorite after-gig watering hole?
"After a gig there is no place like home. If I've got a night off it's likely I'll stroll down to The Riptide in the Outer Sunset. It's cozy and they usually have a fire going. Plus they have Anchor Steam and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale on tap, my two favorite beers."
Who are your musical style icons?
"I love Linda Ronstadt’s style in the '70s, as well as Emmylou Harris. I think the '70s were a great time for music and fashion. There was the right mix of feminine sweetness and boyish ruggedness. I guess my worn in Frye Mustang boots in pink describes what I’m talking about best."
Photographed by Molly DeCoudreaux