Shiloh's career kicked off at a young age, she was in second grade! She comes from a small town in Idaho and loves performing at fairs, elementary schools, and cowboy gatherings. Her voice is something else, in our opinion.

Not only does Shiloh love to perform but she loves to give back to our community. Performing at many fundraising benefits including: Relay for life, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association. Music is her passion and you can hear it through her songs.

Shiloh has recorded three albums, her latest, Going Nowhere, features classic country songs and original songs.

We can't thank Shiloh enough for her time as she spent a night with us in the studios recording an episode of Jam with Dan. We think once you hear Shiloh sing, you'll be as amazed as we were!

To learn more about Shiloh and her music click here.

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Folk and country meet on this episode of Jam with Dan!



Meet Dan Maher

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Dan Maher originally fell in love with folk music as a teenager growing up in Spokane. A celebrated musician, he actually began his career in music during his college years at Washington State University, performing covers of the Eagles and Neil Young in venues around the area. His love for folk eventually led to his involvement with public radio as the host of what has come to be the weekly three-hour folk music radio show, Inland Folk, which is approaching its 31st year on the air. He is his own producer, editor and engineer for the show.

Having collected over three decades worth of folk music, Dan now eagerly makes the transition to the digital age. He likes the change to digital mainly because it makes it easier to share music, but has to admit that all those years of hauling music back and forth from home for the show has played its part in convincing him. As a student who recently helped him move about five thousand of his old vinyls said, “Nothing musical has a right to be this heavy anymore.”

Dan also works full-time for the office of Student Involvement and Leadership Development at WSU, coordinating student and organizational development programs, and is an advisor on multiple committees for ASWSU. In his free time he is an avid baseball fan, and loves listening to Vin Scully’s broadcasts of Dodgers games. Over the years Dan has generously volunteered his time during fund drives as well as offering free concerts in return for public support for both Spokane Public Radio and Northwest Public Radio.