High Fidelity wins 2014 SPBGMA band competition

| February 5, 2014 | 2 Comments

High FidelityDuring this past weekend’s SPBGMA convention in Nashville, High Fidelity was named the winner of their annual International Band Championship.

The band consists of Corrina Rose Logston on fiddle, Jeremy Stephens on guitar, Kurt Stephenson on banjo, Vickie Vaughn on bass, and Daniel Amick on mandolin. Corrina, Jeremy and Kurt handle the vocals.

Logston says that the win validated a pledge they all made, giving it a special meaning for them.

“I cried like a baby. There were so many good bands in that contest.

It was a very emotional experience for me, especially because we had committed to doing all traditional bluegrass. As far as I understand, we were the only group to do that.

It means so much that we were able to represent traditional bluegrass, and receive this level of recognition. Because to me, it isn’t just a win for us — it says, ‘This music is still relevant — this music is still meaningful.’ It will always hold the utmost meaning to me.”

The complete list of winners follows:

  1. High Fidelity
  2. Bud’s Collective
  3. Blue Mafia
  4. Jeff Scroggins & Colorado
  5. Catahoula Drive
  6. A Deeper Shade Of Blue
  7. Highway 60
  8. Flat Rock Road
  9. Tennessee Tradition
  10. Adam McPeake & Mountain Thunder

Congratulations all!

John Lawless

John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.

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