Cera Impala creates songs that feel instantly familiar. Her whiskey-honeyed voice and intimately crafted pieces take you to another time and place, of dreams and magic, sensual as they are savage. Her music has been heard all over the world, Impala has toured internationally with her handpicked band, The New Prohibition -and in 2018, Cera debuted a new duet project, Delightful Squalor. She has previously been a member of The Blackberry Bushes, Dark Green Tree and the fabulous queens of sass and harmony, The Bevvy Sisters. Cera is enjoying the success of her latest album Tumbleweed, a collection of songs that will simultaneously take you all the way around the world and back into the heart of the woods. THE NEW PROHIBITION: A slice of hillbilly noir and a measure of gritty 20's and 30's jazz, the New Prohibition have one foot in the past and the other in the future of folk, jazz and americana. "Dr." Dirk Ronneburg, her long-time musical partner, is a fiddle-blazer of the highest degree who also performs with gypsy jazzers Viper Swing, and in did a stint in the folk supergroup, Southern Tenant Folk Union. The synergy between them is palpable; their music is otherworldly. Born in Flagstaff, AZ Cera has made many places her home since '94 when she left; from Portland, Oregon, to New York City, California, Olympia, Washington. Berlin Germany, to Edinburgh Scotland.

As seen and heard on BBC Scotland, NPR Radio, The List, at Kelburn Garden Party, Eden Festival, Knockengorroch, Doune the Rabbit Hole, and countless well-loved stages all over the world, Cera Impala has toured internationally since leaving home in Flagstaff, Arizona in 94'.
Self defined as "hillbilly noir" with roots of Americana, folk, and jazz, Cera is a multifaceted force to be reckoned with, and also leads two other bands, THE NEW PROHIBITION and DELIGHTFUL SQUALOR.   for different flavours of her craft. 

You can also find Cera featured on Banjo Babes Calendars, repping phenomenal lady banjo players one month at a time! 

 click on the icon to learn more about these fabulous banjos!