The QSB!
When Grace, Sophia and Hulda Quebe (pronounced kway-bee) take to a stage to play and sing their vintage-style three-part harmony, audiences are mesmerized. Add the swinging rhythm guitar of World Champion fiddler Joey McKenzie and the upright bass of Drew Phelps, and the Quebe Sisters Band becomes a force of nature.

Alex Hargreaves
At the age of 16, Alex Hargreaves of Corvallis, Oregon, has been playing violin and fiddle music for more than twelve years. Along the way, he has studied and performed a wide variety of string music styles including classical, jazz, bluegrass, newgrass, oldtime, Scottish, Texas style, and western swing.
Fiddle Forum!
...the Fiddle and Alternative Strings Community - the most active collection of alternative string players, playing alternative stringed instruments, in alternative styles, on the internet!
Dale Morris
Dale won his first fiddling contest in 1967 and being really “bitten by the bug”, so to speak, Dale became an avid participant in fiddling contests across Texas and in 1972, won his first Texas State Championship. He went on to repeat in 1973 and also won again in 1978 and 1979. Also, over the years Dale has won several other prestigious contests, among these the World’s Championship, Crockett Texas in 1979, The Super Bowl of Fiddling in 1979, Colorado State Championship in 1986, The Western Open Old Time 1990. 
He has also had the extreme honor of serving as judge in many of our nations most prestigious fiddle contests.

Valerie O'Brien
Valerie started violin lessons at age nine, learned her first Texas-style fiddle tunes by eleven, and won the Junior World Championship at thirteen. Like everyone in her family, she became an accomplished musician on several instruments. At her first contest in Alvarado, Texas, Valerie got to hear two great Texas fiddle legends, Norman Solomon and Johnny Gimble, twin fiddle "Maiden's Prayer."