Jeff Brown is a name that is very well known to musicians on today's bluegrass circuit, and has been steadily gaining in popularity with fans, DJ'S and promoters alike.  He began playing at the very young age of nine, and hasn't slowed down since. He and his brother formed the Richlands Bluegrass Boys, where he played alongside Blue Highway's Wayne Taylor. In 1993, Jeff went to work for the legendary Larry Sparks as bass player and tenor singer, where he was a Lonesome Rambler from 1993 to 1996.  Jeff has performed on many famous stages such as: the Grand Ole Opry at the world famous Ryman Auditorium in Nashville Tennessee, along with the television shows Austin City Limits in Austin Texas and Song of the Mountains on PBS. One notable, while performing with Sparks at the Carter Fold in Hiltons Virginia, Jeff was ask to play bass for Johnny Cash along with his wife June Carter Cash. He continued playing various dates and helping out on multiple recording projects before stepping out to front his current band,  Jeff Brown and Still Lonesome. Jeff also toured with The Charlie Sizemore Band, and has pulled fill-in duties with Blue Highway, Dr. Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys, and Jesse McReynolds, just to name a few. He has served on many boards and committees throughout his career, and continues to be very active in promoting and furthering bluegrass music. Jeff has proven, in a very short time, he's more than capable to stand on his own two feet as a singer, player and band leader. In 2014, Jeff received the great honor of being named a Kentucky Colonel.  Being from Southwest Virginia, Jeff continues to respect his musical roots, but had the unique ability to make any song his own, and is certain to continue winning over bluegrass music fans wherever he goes. 


Austin Brown now 19 years old has been playing guitar and bass since the age 3.  In addition to music, he loves football and fishing. Austin’s music influences are Ralph Stanley, Tony Rice, Wyatt Rice, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, Blue Highway, Larry Sparks, Barry Bales, D. Sparks, and many others.

Nick Goad is from Stuart Virginia.  Now 20 years old, he began playing guitar when he was 9 and mandolin at the age of 12.  He has earned numerous trophies at a very young age including Best All Around Performer and 1st Place in Mandolin at Galax Old Time Fiddler's Convention.  He is currently studying business administration.  Musical influences include Chris Thile, Adam Steffey and Sierra Hull to name a few.  Nick states that he is looking forward to his future in the music industry.


Mitch Walker from Raleigh, North Carolina is a graduate from East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, Tennessee where he obtained two Bachelor of Arts degrees, one in Bluegrass and the other in Economics. Mitch has been playing banjo since he was 13.  He grew up in a musical family with both his grandfather and uncle both playing bluegrass music.  Mitch took lessons from long-time IIIrd Tyme Out's former banjoist, Steve Dilling.  Steve left an impression  and he discovered how much he wanted to play bluegrass.  Mitch spent some time touring with The James King Band and most recently with Audie Blaylock and Redline. 

Next 5 Venues

Apr 13
Newell Resort
Folkston, GA
Jun 23
Jul 20
Wayside Bluegrass Festival
Stuart, VA
Aug 4
Elk Ridge Bluegrass Festival
Greenfield, IN
Sep 15
Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival
Cedar Bluff, VA


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~ Marty Raybon ~

"One of the most solid hard hitting bluegrass bands to be formed in the last 10 years.  Jeff Brown and Still Lonesome brings the sounds of yesterday to life again.  From top  to bottom,  Jeff leads the band like a Field General through a set list of some of the best music on the circuit today." 

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