The Lovell Sisters, who we interviewed in a recent GrassCast, were also just featured in the Chattanoogan. The story is about the Southeast Whitfield High Bluegrass Jamboree “06, at which the Lovell Sisters Band is headlining.
The sisters – Jessica, 19 (violin/fiddle); Megan, 16 (resophonic guitar); and Rebecca, 14 (mandolin) of Calhoun, Ga. are joined by fellow Georgian Andy Nall, on bass, and 19-year-old guitarist Brad Frazier, of Evansville, Tn.
This year the SHS Bluegrass Jamboree will be composed mainly of bluegrass performed by talented teens. In addition to the LSB, will be The Baker Boys from Indiana, The Barker Brothers from Copperhill, TN; Browngrass of Gainesboro, TN; and Garrett Arb and the Grassy Mountain Boys of Dalton. There will also be veteran bands appearing, including Peach Tree Station of the greater Atlanta area, Autumn Harvest of Dalton, and Spatial Effects from Northwest Georgia.
The club is hoping to increase the size of this year’s event and calls the line up,
one of the finest line ups of teen talent ever to appear at a venue in the Southeast.