Saturday, June 21, 2014, 7:10pm - 8:10pm
Faith Petric Stage - Auditorium
The Wronglers met through their shared passion for bluegrass and old-time music and have been performing since 2006. Though their motto is "simple tunes played by complicated people," you'll hear a lot of intricate picking and fiddling as they play a variety of rags, blues, reels, hoedowns, and ballads. The original lineup included the late Warren Hellman, founder of the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. Although Warren passed away in 2011, his friends continue to play and delight audiences with their talent, enthusiasm, and humor. The Wronglers are Nate Levine (guitar), Krista Martin (fiddle), and Bill Martin (mandolin). They're joined for this performance by Mark D'Fluke (ukulele) and Jeanie Poling (bass).