Consisting of veteran Bluegrassers:
Their vocal skills and versatility on a number of stringed instruments including banjo, guitar, Bass, Fiddle and mandolin all sorts of combinations possible allow them to develop their full repertoire that identifies Bluegrass music.
Greg Street: Bass
Greg is a 50 year Bluegrass veteran. He toured with Stomping Tom, was a cast member of the Tommy Hunter Show and has been awarded ”Best Bass Player of the year” 5 times by the Central Canadian Bluegrass Association.
Larry Carrier: Singer, Guitar, Mandolin, Fiddle
Larry is a 3x Guitar Player of the year award winner for the Central Canadian Bluegrass Awards. Starting his Bluegrass Career with the Sudbury based group, The Canucky Boys, Larry quickly became popular as the go-to guitar player for a number of bluegrass , country and classic rock acts.
Hub Maracle: Banjo, Songwriter
Hub is an accomplished songwriter and self taught banjo picker with over 50 years experience. He started out playing with his brother Bill Maracle, who played with the Stoneridge Bluegrass band for over 25 years. His self written song “Sometimes I believe” was included in the soundtrack of the movie “Rumble” and was performed for Robbie Robertson at his Lifetime Achievement award ceremony in 2017
Robin Maracle: Singer
Robin has been a singer of Bluegrass music for over 50 years. She performed with Stoneridge Bluegrass Band for over 25 years, was a Children’s Choir Director for group “Dwaenagadahs” for over 10 years and was a vocalist in the band Bits of Bluegrass for 5 years. Robin has also performed for many community held events for elders. She and husband Hub are now settling into new group 2nd Line