Greg Bucking

-Guitarist- (Jefferson, NY)

Greg Bucking is a songwriter, guitarist, singer, and bandleader originally from Sag Harbor, NY who has spent the past two decades writing for and performing in a variety of projects and musical styles.  His current band, The Vine Brothers, has recorded three albums and spent the last four years touring across the US, receiving generous airplay on hundreds of radio stations, and charting on a handful of them.  His song “Three Bottles” was featured on the Discovery Channel show Vegas Rat Rods.  Greg also wrote and recorded three albums for the New York based Mother Freedom, one for Broken Carousel, and penned the score for the independent film My Brother Jack. While off the road, Greg regularly performs with the NYC ska sensations The Scofflaws, and enjoys spending time working on various projects at his cabin in the Catskills.

Garrett Jones

-Bassist- (Fayetteville, AR)

Bassist and Arkansas native Garrett Jones has performed for national and international touring acts including “The Official Blues Brothers Revue,” where he worked under the musical direction of Paul Shaffer, as well as Broadway touring productions of “West Side Story,” “Spam-a-Lot,” and “Wicked.”  His versatility as both an upright and electric bassist has allowed him to work with a vast array of artists including folk musician Joe Purdy; as well as jazz musicians including The Yaniv Taubenhouse Trio, and video game sensations “The OneUps.”  Festivals and venues that Garrett has found himself performing at have included Bikes Blues and BBQ, The Beijing Concert Hall, The 2012 Ryder Cup Gala, Wakarusa, The Walmart Shareholders Meeting, and The 2005 University of Arkansas Campaign For The Twenty-First Century Concert with former president Bill Clinton in attendance. 

Joe Credit 

-Mandolin- (Deal Island, MD)

Joe Credit III is an Appalachian style mandolin player with heavy jazz, blues, and world influences who comes from a musical family. His parents met while working together in community musical theater in Grafton, MA. Through his life, Joe has been a kind of a nomad having lived in many cities with longer stints in Kansas City, the western slope of Colorado, southern california, Kansas, and eastern Virginia.  Studying and working with musicians all over the country, Joe eventually took up the mandolin working as a traveling freelancer for bands routing through the midwest and beyond. Currently Joe is the mandolin player for nationally touring and critically acclaimed trio, The Vine Brothers, and lives with his family on the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay. 

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