Biography

Caroline Pond is the front woman for Snake Oil Medicine Show.  From Asheville, North Carolina she has been a touring musician for 15 years.  She delights audiences with her vocals, fiddle and her Martin ukulele.  Her original songs are catchy, uplifting, positive and just plain fun.  Caroline dips through many styles of music, from Bluegrass, Old Time, Jazz, Reggae, Ska and funk.

Caroline Pond is an ambassador of peace through her music, art and positive outlook on life.  Her travels have spanned throughout Europe, North America and Jamaica.

Caroline has shared the stage with many artists/heroes including: Vassar Clements, Larry Keel, Yonder Mountain String Band, Leftover Salmon, Acoustic Syndicate, Donna The Buffalo, Mad Tea Party and so many more amazing musicians.

On her off time she works in her garden growing food, hangs with her dogs, practices her yoga daily and loves river rafting.

photo by Jon Weiner

To follow Caroline on tour, check out her blog at www.carolinepond.com

For booking/management information
please contact Justyn Thompson at 828/712-4820

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17 thoughts on “Biography

  1. Hi Caroline Pond! last week iIstumbled on jazzandpoetry.wordpress.com’s website because it mentioned Skerik, one of my favorite musicians, and so I left a comment on that blog about him. Today I get an email from that site about other comments people left and I see that you responded on that blog as well as it seems to be your friend’s — but what a delightful surprise for me because i loooove you and your music too! And now I can see your blog! I saw you (and Snake Oil) years ago at the NW String Summit at Horning’s Hideout in Oregon, my favorite bluegrass festival I’ve been to since it started 8 years ago! Y’all were great! I’m from Georgia but living in Seattle and I wish y’all would venture out West to play more! Anyway, just wanted to say I love you and your blog!

  2. Caroline!!! I just stumbled on your blog and I am LOVING it. Great to hear how much fun you are having and I love your vintage camper. Great to see what you are up to musically 🙂

    I started a grilling blog. Grillgrrrl.com … I think I’m turning into a beach girl- I learned to sail and I now drink lots of rum. he he

    Check it out!

    Sending sunshine from S. Florida!

    Robyn

  3. Hi Caroline Pond! last week iIstumbled on jazzandpoetry.wordpress.com’s website because it mentioned Skerik, one of my favorite musicians, and so I left a comment on that blog about him. Today I get an email from that site about other comments people left and I see that you responded on that blog as well as it seems to be your friend’s — but what a delightful surprise for me because i loooove you and your music too! And now I can see your blog! I saw you (and Snake Oil) years ago at the NW String Summit at Horning’s Hideout in Oregon, my favorite bluegrass festival I’ve been to since it started 8 years ago! Y’all were great! I’m from Georgia but living in Seattle and I wish y’all would venture out West to play more! Anyway, just wanted to say I love you and your blog!
    +1

  4. Hi Caroline, was on a North Springs related page on Facebook and saw your interesting fiddle pic. Had to check out your blog. How great for you that you are a performer! I can see that! Sounds like you are a having a great time. Do you ever hear from Becky McMillan? Whenever reunions come up, I think of the old crowd!

  5. Dear Caroline,
    Found out that your playing at the Sentient Bean Friday night—but we
    can’t make—sorry. Were staying on Tybee Island ’till Feb.28.
    We will try to touch base with you in Asheville.
    Much Love—Gil & Joyce Johnson

  6. Caroline,
    Uncle George and Deborah are in St. Augustine and would love to see you. George is playing a blues jam tues night and you are invited. Please give us a call or email

  7. Hello Caroline,
    We enjoyed your visit at the “little house”. Come see us on your next Florida tour or any ole time you want to hang out with the river rats.

    Love and Peace, Doreen, John and Faye

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