Frank Ray

Currently of Hillsboro, Mo., Frank has been playing in bluegrass bands since 1964. Mandolin player for the group, he sings tenor, high baritone and lead. A veteran songwriter, he has written many outstanding songs and instrumentals over the years that have earned him several Song Writer of the Year Awards and in August of 2008, Frank was inducted into America’s Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame. He first formed Cedar Hill in 1967.

Jim Bunch

Since his grandfather, uncle’s and mother played music, Jim started off at an early age with the guitar and then banjo.  Jim was one of the original members of Cedar Hill in the early 70's when they recorded their first album. He later worked for the Calton Family Band for one season in Branson, Missouri and then returned to Cedar Hill.  After taking an extended leave from the music business, Jim started performing again and built Palm Recording Studio in Rogers, Arkansas, where he uses his engineering skills to provide a variety of audio and video recording services to artists and musicians. J.D. Crowe, Carl Jackson and Ben Eldridge were the banjo picker’s that had the most impact on Jim’s banjo style.
Pete Brown
Pete developed a love of the fiddle at three years old listening to his father's Bob Wills records.  He discovered that his barber could play a fiddle and would get his hair cut as often as his dad would take him so he could get a few more pointers.  Pete started playing with Blue Mountain Bluegrass at 13 and played many years with the Mcgaritys until he jumped into country music and headed for Nashville.  After many years on the road, Pete came back to Arkansas and ran across an old friend from junior high, Patti LaFleur.  She persuaded him to come back to bluegrass and play fiddle in a band that she was putting together.  Pete collects comic books and hot sauce.
Patti Lafleur
Patti started classical piano training at 4 years old.  Annual trips to the Ozark Folk Festival exposed her to bluegrass and she wished for a banjo for her ninth birthday.  Patti started playing banjo with the Dickerson Family at eleven and bought a bass a couple of years later to play with another band and has been picking and grinning ever since.  She is very proud of her two amazing children, attempts to keep Pete Brown humble and lives in Benton, AR.
Dan Stokely