Sand Sheff


Sand Sheff was born in Flagstaff, Arizona and raised in Eastern Oklahoma. He has released 12 recordings of original music, performed Vaudeville in Austin for 3 years as “Mr. Texas” at Esther's Follies, and spent 5 years in Nashville, where Music Row Magazine called his music “The very definition of Americana." Last year he released an all-ages book, “Eclipse Miracle—The Sun is The Same Size as The Moon in the Sky”, which he also illustrated. He co-owns and operates the Moab Backyard Theater and is the leader of the Bluegrass band, Quicksand Soup. He is also a hay farmer and teaches elementary music at Moab Charter School. This year, he is a featured performer at the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada. His music can be heard at