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Rob Boone is known and respected by banjo players everywhere. He has been featured in articles in Banjo Newsletter and played the Grand Ole Opry on a brief tour with Rhonda Vincent. One indication of his talent is that when J. D. Crowe retired in 2012, he suggested to his band that they hire Rob. Indeed, as their top prospect Rob received the job offer.
 
David Maravilla began his pursuit of Bluegrass in the late 70s. He assisted in forming the band, Second Wind, whose personnel included Rhonda Vincent and later, Alison Krauss. Afterward, David was invited to join Alison in her band, Union Station, to enter the 1988 S.P.B.G.M.A. International Band Contest, which they won.
 
Ron Pennington has a Bluegrass resume that includes tours with Larry Sparks, Paul Adkins, Bob Paisley, Lynn Morris, Gary Ferguson, and The Bluegrass Cardinals. He has performed at such notable venues as The Lone Star Café in New York City and The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.  Ron remains high on the lists of many national acts as the one to call when needing a fill-in musician.
 


Shelly Smith began entertaining professionally at a young age as a member of The Denny Hilton Show at Lake of the Ozarks, in Missouri. There, she refined her skills performing as a vocalist and instrumentalist for eight years. Shelly’s forceful yet pleasant voice is the focal point of Lonesome Road’s performances.

 


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