Donna Konsorado is a singer/songwriter who makes her home on Vancouver Island. She first heard frailing-style banjo on the porch of a log cabin in the hills of 100 Mile House, played by some wayfaring stranger. Her musical roots reach back to southern Alberta where she grew up, as well as time spent in Washington state. With a rodeo cowboy for a father, she listened to country tunes around the house and at local honkytonks. Her time is divided between her own music and in hosting local and visiting musicians at house concerts. She plays solo as well as increasingly in tandem with Ken Hamm. Donna's debut disc, Skylines (2002) is a collection of original compositions ranging from banjo instrumental to swinging guitar-led commentary on impertinent cowboys. Her second disc, Ten O'clock Table (2006) is a collection of 14 songs ranging from country blues and folk to Russian traditional.