Zac Matthews plays the mandolin, guitar, and fiddle. He co-founded the band Hot Buttered Rum, and performed over a thousand shows while touring the country in a vegetable oil powered bus. Zac has played at festivals including Telluride Bluegrass, Hardly Strictly, and Newport Folk.
Andrew Thomas started playing the upright bass in college and received his degree in music from James Madison University. After college, he played bass and sang in a hip-hop band from the Washington DC area named RPM (Restoring Poetry in Music). He was introduced to old time and bluegrass music by playing with The New Roanoke Jug Band. When not playing music, he enjoys tuning the instruments of his body and mind with Shadow yoga.
Mike Sinclaire has played in various bluegrass outfits in the Bay Area and New York City, and for a while was so immersed in the genre that he spent three years only listening to the Stanley Brothers, trying to get those traditional guitar parts just right. He never did, but he got sick enough of trying to play like other folks that he started writing his own songs.
Jordan Klein originally hails from the great bluegrass state of New Jersey, but has been playing the 5-string banjo in the Bay Area for over 15 years. You may have seen him on a festival stage or in a dive bar with such bands as Front Country, Belle Monroe & her Brewglass Boys, the Deciders, or Ho'Down Quartet.