Roland White's All Star Bluegrass Band
Roland White is known as one of the few unique stylists on the mandolin, with his own unmistakable sound and touch. In his distinguished career in bluegrass music, Roland has played in some of the most influential and popular groups in the music's history. Roland's soul and infectious rhythm enable him to seem to dance through his instrument.
Roland began playing professionally at the age of 16 after his family moved from their native Maine to Burbank, California. He led his brothers Clarence and Eric White in their first band, The Country Boys, later known as The Kentucky Colonels. In 1967 joined Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys in Nashville, TN where he still resides. Later became a member of Lester Flatt's Nashville Grass, the progressive bluegrass band Country Gazette, The Nashville Bluegrass Band, which won two Grammies, and The Roland White Band, which earned a 2003 Grammy nomination for the CD "Jelly on my Tofu".
It's a must see concert.
Occidental Center for the Arts
4008 Bohemian Highway
Occidental, CA 95465
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