Jill King and Tam Lundy were two of the four original members of Fraser Union along with Roger Holdstock and Henk Piket. All four met at the Vancouver Folk Song Society and discovered that their voices created a magic blend of harmony. With an interest in similar traditional and contemporary folksong material, the foursome started practicing and performing together. Casting around for a name for the group, they finally settled on Fraser Union (after rejecting “False Creek Symphony” as an option). The song, “God Speed The Plough,” was brought to the group by Jill and remains in Fraser Union’s repertoire to this day.