Meet the members of

The Cabin Creek Band

L.C. JOHNSON

He started paying guitar at age 14 and became a member of Kentucky Bluegrass Band in 1981. His hobbies include fishing and golfing and likes to arrange music and write songs. Some of his songs are featured on our albums. L.C. is a long-standing member of The Friends of Bluegrass Music Club. He was instrumental in helping form the Irish Bluegrass Music Club of Ireland and he is a life-long member. He plays guitar and sings baritone and soprano. L.C. has been with the band for 21 years.

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PAMELA CASE

Learned to play guitar at about the age of eight. She has played with several bands including The Kentucky Harvest Band and The Wildwood Girls. While with the Wildwood Girls, she played 3 years in Dollywood, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Pamís hobbies include quilting, cross-stitching and singing with her family gospel group in church. In 1995, she graduated from criminal justice training at Eastern Ky. University and was hired as the first woman policewoman in the town of Irvine, Ky.

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ROLLIE CARPENTER

Born into a musical family, the ninth of eleven children, Rollie learned to play guitar when he was about 5 yrs. old. He played guitar on radio station WLAP in Lexington, Ky in the early 50ís. A former member of the Montgomery County Ramblers and Bluegrass Partners, Rollie has been a member of The Cabin Creek Band for 14 yrs. He is retired from Bundy Tubing Manufacturing Co. where he worked as a tool and die worker. Rollie enjoys his grandchildren and playing gospel music in his church in Mt. Sterling, Ky. Guitar and banjo picker extraordinaire, Rollie sings tenor, baritone and lead.

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MARVIN E. CARROLL

Marvin comes from Rattle Snake Ridge in Carter County, Ky. Now residing in Owingsville, Ky., Marvin started playing at the ripe old age of 8 when his father traded a shotgun for a fiddle. A graduate of Berea College, he served four years in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War where he received a special commendation for entertaining the troops. He has always loved old time fiddling and after he retired from banking in 1992, Marvin set about trying to play Bluegrass with Southern Harvest, Dust Valley Grass, and now with the Cabin Creek band--and doing a superb job!

  

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