Keepin' It Traditional!
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Wyatt Clevenger - (Mandolin, Guitar)
Wyatt has been playing bluegrass music since before he could drive -- literally. At the age of fifteen, he joined DownHome Bluegrass and began traveling across the Midwest playing mandolin and singing. Over the years, Wyatt's love for the music has only grown. He and his wife Mandy reside in Cassville, MO. Wyatt works full-time and is also a preacher.
Cody Cantwell - (Banjo, Guitar, Dobro)
I guess you could say Cody's musical talent runs in the family. He grew up around bluegrass and as soon as he was old enough, he began to play in his family's band, Wilderness Road. His first appearance on a festival stage was when he was just a kid. He was invited by Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver's banjo player Dale Perry to come pick a round of Cripple Creek during their show at Starvy Creek. Nowadays, Cody is able to play just about any instrument you put in his hands. He is excited to be playing with Spur of the Moment and always looks forward to playing. He resides in Springfield, MO.
Ronnie Hedrick - (Guitar, Banjo)
Ronnie is no stranger to bluegrass music. He began his musical journey many years ago, playing with the Missouri Mountain Gang. His job took him away from the festival scene for several years, but he never lost the passion for the music. Now that he is retired, he is back and ready to play every chance he gets. His smooth deep voice sings is perfect for the traditional songs that he loves to sing, but his most popular request is for his trademark "train whistle." In his spare time, he enjoys working around the home and sitting on his front porch watching the world go by (preferably with a guitar in his hand). If you want a good laugh, be sure to talk to Ronnie. While he doesn't say much on stage, he is quite comical. Ronnie and his wife Peggy reside outside of Aurora, MO.
Gary Cook - (Bass Fiddle)
Since he was old enough to talk, Gary has been singing. At early age his family discovered what instrument he should play. When a fiddle tune or fast song would come on, Gary would find the nearest door facing and pretend it was a bass. It was at that point his family knew they had to buy him and the rest is history. Gary is a three time nominated SPBGMA Midwest Bass Fiddle Player of the Year. He owes so much of his love of music to his late grandfather Lonnie Dunn, who was a staple around Midwest bluegrass festivals. Gary works as a high school social studies teacher and speech and debate coach. In his spare time, he loves to chase storms. He lives in Monett, MO.
Steve Jordan - (Fiddle)
When it comes to fiddle playing it is hard to beat Steve. From fast fiddle tunes, hoedowns, to waltzes, Steve can play just about anything. He has been playing for many years. His journey has included playing for Shady Grove Bluegrass and Brightwater Junction. Steve is now happy to be playing with Spur of the Moment. He and his wife Tisha reside in Pea Ridge, AR along with their two children.