Jerry Bobbit, is an award winning guitarist and mandolin player. Jerry can also play the bass and fills in duties with some fiddle work! Jerry played professionally with a Bluegrass Gospel group called Harvest Wind. He has played in several bands and had his own band as well. Jerry splits "Lead" vocals along with singing tenor and baritone. Jerry has been playing music since he was young playing in a band with his family. We are very fortunate to have Jerry re-join the group after a couple of years off!!!
Randall Couch, here is the finest bass players I've ever played with. Randall's timing is like a metronome! Randall has a diverse background in playing bluegrass to blues! Randall played with several bluegrass bands and other types of genres as well. He recently played in a group called the "Graybyrds" before playing with DBB. Randall is also extremely talented in singing mostly our baritone vocals. His voice rounds out the sound and pulls the vocals all together. When you see Randall, give him a big ole....... "Hello"
Keith's father; Luther Souther started him singing and playing guitar at the age of six where he learned how to sing harmony with his family while learning to play bluegrass with his Brother. Keith has been singing and playing gospel music at rest homes in Statesville, NC for the past 16 years where he still goes every month. He had been performing with the Sons of the South from 2001 until 2009 until starting a new band in 2010. He has been working hard on getting his vocals right and enjoys playing bluegrass and Bluegrass gospel. Keith has won several individual awards for vocals and enjoys people sing along while performing. "It makes it close and personal". He has traditional roots from Flatt and Scruggs, Bill Monroe to progressive groups like the Seldom Scene, Bluegrass Album Band and bands like Dailey & Vincent and others. He is happily married to Melissa Walker Souther and is employed at American Roller Bearing in Hiddenite, NC. Keith has a MIS degree from Gardner-Webb University and attends Northview Wesleyan Church in Statesville, NC and asks if you do not have a Church home of your own, to come and visit.
Brad started playing banjo in 1990, he was 16 years old and was fortunate at that time to have taken lessons from L.W Lambert that he went to church with. "The first time I heard L.W. was with my mother and father at the Autumn Leaves Festival at Mt. Airy and I knew the banjo was what I wanted to play". The first band that Brad played with was in Harmony N.C. where he was raised. He then played with Garland Lambert from Union Grove N.C. After
a few years he started playing with Walter Patterson's band Carolina Grass from Hiddenite N.C. he played with them for several years. Brad has played with numerous bands and won multiple banjo contests at fiddlers conventions.
"I my very proud to be playing with such a great bunch of talented guys in Destination Bluegrass". I enjoy the music and fellowship, I have enjoyed it my whole life and thank God for giving me the talent. And l would like to thank my mother and father for there patience and for buying that first banjo. I want to thank my wife for her patience and encouragement.