Jack Hicks, founding banjoist with Summertown Road, has stepped aside with Elmer Burchett jumping in to take his spot.
The band was formed in 2008, and their debut, self-titled album was released on Rounder earlier this year. Bo Isaac is on guitar, Randy Thomas on bass, and Zach Rambo on mandolin.
Hicks had a memorable stint with Bill Monroe in the 1970s, apperaing on the live Bean Blossom album in 1973. His playing was definitive of the popular banjo style at the time, a mix of Scruggs and bluesy, melodic runs.
Burchett has worked with a number of touring acts, most recently Pine Mountain Railroad.
You can find more details about Summertown Road, including their concert schedule, online.