Steelhead Bluegrass Band” like to play a bit of Chris Stapleton tunes some Traditional and original bluegrass and I think you will enjoy our take on Bluegrass. Listen to a sampe of their music below.
The “Steelhead Bluegrass Band” is a contemporary bluegrass band based in Kitsap County, Washington. Their music ranges from sweet love songs to the hard drive and excitement of traditional and contemporary bluegrass. Strong vocals are the centerpiece of the band, but let’s face it, these folks can pick. You’ll be hard-pressed to keep your foot from tapping and your heart from singing along. So come on down and enjoy, just like all “Steelhead” they are hard to catch, but worth it———
The band members are:
Guitar and Vocals- Terrence Enyeart (Big T) has been an integral part of bluegrass in the Pacific Northwest for over 35 years, performing with Rural Delivery, Brother’s Keeper and the Downtown Mountain Boys. He is best known for his rich lead singing and his precise harmony vocals, but now he is featured on guitar.
Bass and Vocals- Deb Enyeart Deb picked up the bass 10 years ago and lays down the foundation that they all rely on. She figured she couldn’t beat em, so she joined em. Solid as a rock. Deb also performs with Rural Delivery.
Mandolin and Vocals- Melody Allen Melody comes from a musical family, singing has been in her blood from the start. She started playing the mandolin by studying under
Roger Ferguson. As a strong lead and harmony singer she is an important part of their sound.
Banjo and Vocals- Marcus Culbert (Red) A hard driving traditional bluegrass banjo will keep your toes tapping for hours on end. His high tenor voice adds a unique dynamic to the mix. Though not a native to Washington, he has grown to love the state, the people, and the “pickin”.
Fiddle-Barbara Collins comes from Olympia Washington Barbra Collins is a versatile musician was a very diverse background which has influenced her unique style of fiddling She move to the Pacific Northwest from Hawaii in 1985 and gradually became involved in local bluegrass festival’s .She has also been fortunate over the years to connect and study with some of her most of foremost Bluegrass heroes at the local and national scene. Her energetic and soaring musical style blends well in harmony with the timbre of “Rural Delivery” longtime friends and Bluegrass mentors Barbra currently teaches private lessons and performance throughout the northwest she’s a very welcome addition to Steelhead—