Lizzy Long - Fiddle, Banjo, Guitar, resonator banjo, vocals
roots in the heart of the south, Elizabeth Long, or Lizzy as her friends and fans know her was born on a farm in Lincolnton,
Georgia. She began her music accomplishment at an early age and her interests are very eclectic ranging from Dolly Parton,
Loretta Lynn to the Earl Scruggs Revue to Fleetwood Mac. While starting out on the piano, Lizzy soon took up the fiddle, guitar,
autoharp, bass, banjo, and mandolin, and has become an accomplished musician, alternating between these instruments as part
of her entertainment repertoire. Continuing her quest for success, Lizzy has paired up with Little Roy Lewis from the legendary
Lewis Family. Lizzy finds that singing helps to express her thoughts and emotions—whether happy, sad, disappointed or
angry—and, in her own words, “I don’t have to answer why, why not or even when….I can let it just
flow”, and her extraordinary voice shimmers with strains of America’s musical roots. Lizzy has been nominated
for three Dove Awards and has won several fiddle and talent contests. Little Roy summed it up the best, "pull a plank off
the wall and she'll play it!"
Little Roy - Banjo, Guitar, Crazy, etc...
Roy is awfully hard to overlook. He makes sure that no one in the audience gets bored at any time. Little Roy has won awards
as Entertainer as well as for his banjo playing. Little Roy learned to play banjo when he was only six years old, and won
a local talent contest for his playing when he was eight. Little Roy's favorite banjo players are Don Reno and Earl Scruggs.
USA Today called Little Roy 'a banjo master, truly a picker's picker'. Little Roy can also be found playing the guitar and
autoharp. In fact, the song 'Good Time Get-Together' was written to highlight his instrumental skills. Little Roy is multi-talented
- he sings, plays many instruments, tells stories, and acts. When you see this Duo, you are sure to notice Little Roy, and
he'll make you smile.