Joni Minstrel, the Village Protest Singer of the Georgia Renaissance Festival and leader of the Revolution Against Monarchs, returns with a second album of protest songs, traditional folk ballads, and fun. Joni Minstrel will teach you that whiskey and beer are the necessary ingredients for a popular uprising, that a musical instrument is all you need to become the scourge of the nobility, and that absolutely everything is the king's fault. Be amazed as Joni Minstrel Kicks the King!
The Georgia Renaissance Festival is becoming THE destination for lovers of Renaissance Festival music and filk. If you like Joni Minstrel, be sure to visit her friends on CDBaby:
Also highly recommended for lovers of all things Renaissance Festival is the Renaissance Festival Podcast, on which Joni Minstrel is a frequent guest. The podcast is hosted by Marc Gunn of the Brobdingnagian Bards. Check it out at http://www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com.
Joni Minstrel's alter ego, Lindsay Smith, has been performing at the Georgia Renaissance Festival for six years. She also performs more contemporary (and slightly less silly) original songs in the clubs and coffeehouses of Atlanta, GA and elsewhere. Her CD's of original "alternacheesefolk", Were You Prom Queen? and Tales From the Fruitbat Vat, are both available here on CDBaby.