Meet The Band

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Dillon Abney Bass


A native of Big Hill, Kentucky, a community just outside of Berea, began playing music when he was thirteen.  At first, his interest was in playing rock music. Then, his Grandpa brought him over to Joe Isaacs house to introduce him to bluegrass music. That day changed Dillon's life forever. He instantly developed a love for bluegrass music and that will never change. He went home and strung up his dad's acoustic guitar and began to learn the style of bluegrass guitar.  Down the line, Dillon learned how to play the banjo with the help of Vester Parker and Danny Barnes. And has since learned the bass, which is now his primary instrument.  His first band role was playing rhythm and lead guitar for Joe Isaacs, the founder of the gospel band, “The Isaacs”.  Dillon has been heavily influenced by the likes of Tony rice, JD Crowe, Earl Scruggs, Kyle Perkins, Mike Anglin, The bluegrass cardinals, and others. 

Logan Hembree Guitar

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19 years old from West Liberty, Kentucky developed an interest in music by watching cousins play guitar at various family gatherings. As his interest in bluegrass music grew, Logan worked to teach himself how to play the guitar at the age of 14. A few bands that paved the way for him include, IIIrd Tyme Out, The Lonesome River Band and  Newfound Road. Once Logan was introduced to the work of Tony Rice and JD Crowe and the New South he instantly developed a passion for the style of playing. Since then, Logan's major influences have been The New South and and a heavy dose of The Bluegrass Album Band. After playing with several local bands around his hometown, Logan is eager and excited to play alongside Brad Hudson and the rest of the guys. He looks forward to where the this chapter in bluegrass music will take him.

Andy Stinnett Mandolin

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Andy Stinnett was born and raised in Sevierville, Tennessee. He started playing mandolin at the age of thirteen. He graduated from high school in 2016 and won the Master Musician awarded by Tennessee Music Education Association, He has now developed his mandolin playing while also playing guitar and bass. Andy's playing and personality are quickly gaining attention. His love for bluegrass music is easy to see and he is very excited to be playing with Brad and the rest of the group.