Cedar Hill

Cedar Hill

Formed by its patriarch and mandolin player Frank Ray some 40 years ago, Cedar Hill is a traditional Bluegrass band made up of five talented and accomplished musicians and singers who have stayed true to their Ozark roots. In 2008, Frank Ray was honored by being inducted into America’s Old Time County Music hall of Fame in Anita, Iowa.

With Jim Bunch on banjo and vocals, Pete Brown on fiddle and vocals, Patti LaFleur on bass and vocals, and Dan Stokely on guitar and lead vocals, you will be hard pressed to find a better traditional Bluegrass band anywhere. Now settled into their own in the mainstream of the National Bluegrass scene, Cedar Hill has been pleasing audiences around the world with an original, emotional, and exciting brand of traditional Bluegrass music.

One listen to Cedar Hill and there can be no doubt that traditional Bluegrass music not only exists, but thrives in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri and Arkansas. Honest, emotive original songs; soulful, heartfelt vocals; and great picking with drive is what Cedar Hill is all about.


Region: Northwest
Discipline: Music: Folk/Bluegrass/Acoustic
Fees: $3,500 - $5,000 / performance; $1,250 - $1,500 consecutive days; 3 rooms lodging (negotiable)
Availability: Year-round
Requirements: Minimum stage 16' x 12;' sound system with 5 vocal and 4 instrument microphones; DI input; electric outlet near middle back of stage

Contact

Pam Bunch
Rogers, Arkansas 72756-9746
(479)-544-0053 | (479) 721-6850
www.cedarhillbluegrass.com
[email protected]


Cedar Hill