The Jeff Little Trio

Jeff Little is a remarkable musician, steeped in the tradition of his native Blue
Ridge, yet also a virtuosic and eclectic innovator.”- National Public Radio

Jeff Little tore the place apart with his wondrously quick and articulate piano style.
He is always intelligent and richly melodic.”-The Boston Globe

Jeff Little
Jeff Little is an award-winning musician from the Blue Ridge Mountains of North
Carolina. With few exceptions the piano does not play a prominent part in
Americana or Appalachian music and is rarely the lead instrument. But Jeff Little is
an exception and a remarkable one. Jeff has not only been recognized as a critically
acclaimed musician but also a true music innovator.
Jeff as well as his trio stay busy traveling the country performing concerts with an
energy and dedication to their music that is evident at every show. Performances
include The Smithsonian Institution, The National Folk Festival, American Piano
Masters, The Barns of Wolf Trap and many theatres, performing arts centers, and
festivals. Jeff has been featured on National Public Radio and PBS many times and
has also taken his music around the world for the US Bureau of Educational and
Cultural Affairs performing in Sri Lanka, Bahrain, Oman, France and Tanzania. In
2014 Jeff was inducted into the Blue Ridge Music Hall of Fame. In addition, Jeff is
Artist in Residence for the Popular Music Program at Catawba College in Salisbury,
NC. 

Steve Lewis 
Steve Lewis is an award – winning guitar and banjo player from Todd NC and is one
of the most respected acoustic musicians in the country. Steve is well known for his
flat picking on guitar and his mastery of the five – string banjo. Steve has won
many championships for his guitar and banjo playing. Some of the prestigious
events include the Walnut Valley Nationals, Merlefest, the Galax Old Time Fiddlers
Convention, Renofest and the Wayne Henderson Guitar Competition. Steve is also a
two-time national champion on the banjo.

Luke Little
Luke Little is a young and talented mandolin player whose musicianship and style
expand well beyond his years. Luke’s performances include the National Folk
Festival, PBS Song of the Mountains, The Richmond Folk Festival and The Moss
Center for the Performing Arts at Virginia Tech.