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Buckle up for a musical thrill ride with Echo Valley – a band that's not to be missed! Since 2009, they've been rocking stages with their unique blend of Bluegrass, Rock Americana, Folk, and Grassicana. With cool retro vibes and a high-energy show, Echo Valley hits over 60 gigs each year, touring across the US, from Nashville to Pigeon Forge, Raleigh, and beyond.

They're not just a road show – Echo Valley earned a spot as an Official Showcase Band at IBMA 2022 and wowed crowds at the Pennsylvania Fairs and Showmen Convention in 2022. They’ve also played at notable venues such as The Station Inn, Dollywood, and the Pittsburgh Three Rivers Arts Festival!

The accolades don't stop there – Emily, their stellar fiddle player, snagged the 2021 Pennsylvania State Fiddle champ and the 2018 Maryland State Fiddle title.

Their latest album, 'Wildest Dreams' (2022), recorded in Nashville, produced by Donna Ulisse, and released on Bell Buckle Records, is turning heads. Don't forget their earlier releases – 'Echo Valley' (2016), 'Rise and Shine' (2018), and 'Christmas With Echo Valley' (2018). Don't miss out on the Echo Valley experience – it's a musical journey you'll want to be part of


Lizzy plays the guitar and enjoys singing alto and lead. As well as being the band's leader, she works hard at marketing, arranging songs, and making sure the band makes to the right place at the right time. When she's not working, she is a shameless Lord of the Rings nerd!


Emily is the band's fiddler. The most decorated band member, she is the 2021 Pennsylvania State Fiddle Grand Champion and the 2018 Maryland State Fiddle Grand Champion. These only add to her long list of championships at multiple fiddle contests. She is an amazing seamstress and has a side business doing prom/wedding alterations. Her favorite pastime is organizing and drinking iced coffee.


Olivia plays banjo, fiddle, and is one of the lead vocalists of the band. Along with taking care of most of the band's bookings, she plays a key role in arranging and picking out new songs for the band to perform. Her life's ambition is to play at the Grand Ole Opry and to make a time machine to go back and audition for the Oh Brother Where Art Thou soundtrack. She loves Jolly Ranchers and reading Sherlock Holmes... at the same time.


Emmaline is the bass player for Echo Valley. She is known for her complicated bass solos and unique sounds she can draw out of the instrument. The bass isn't her only instrument, as she has won multiple guitar competitions and dabbles in mandolin and piano offstage. Her hobbies include reading, writing, working out, and drawing, along with binge watching her favorite movies and TV shows.


Dolly lights up the mandolin with her lightning fast fingers and unbelievable rythm. Along with baking, she enjoys movie soundtracks, reading, and drawing. Contrary to what the rumors say, her mandolin has never actually caught fire during one of her toe tapping solos, though it has smoked a few times.


David is the only guy in Echo Valley. He is a band favorite and people love hearing his Scruggs style banjo playing. During 2020, his voice broke and the whole band is thrilled to finally have a bass singer in the group. When not reading, he works in the shop on his various wood and metal-working projects, designs and 3D prints new gadgets, and helps on the farm.

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