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Sunday, March 26, 2023 @ 2:30 PM

Stonefield Cellars Winery
8220 NC Highway 68
Stokesdale, NC


Paula Dellenback and Fox River

Paula Dellanback & Fox River 2023

Paula Dellenback & Fox River is a group born from the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwestern Virginia. This band formed from a musically rich area, near the state’s heritage music trail “The Crooked Road”. With a style of their own, they bring a mixture of original material, traditional and progressive bluegrass, and Americana music. This group has appeared in numerous festivals and venues including Song of the Mountains, IBMA World of Bluegrass, Reeves Theater, Heartwood, Blackmon Amphitheater, and more.

John Cox is from Greensboro NC and now lives in Randleman with his wife Stephanie. John and Stephanie were married just last year. John has a beautiful talent on the mandolin and guitar. He considers himself as “playing for fun”, but his skill is one of professional quality. John has played in many bands, participated in festivals, and along with his musicianship, offers lead and harmony vocals.

Paula Dellenback is a lead vocalist and an award winning songwriter. Along with others this past year, Paula was recognized from her county at the IBMA’s “Women of Bluegrass” showcase. Paula has two projects available, “The Crooked Road” and “Never Known” and both are played on radio stations around the world. She and band members Charlie Milliron and Steve Farmer also have a band named The Dell Iron Project where they play a mix of acoustic rock, country, bluegrass covers and their own original songs.

Steve Farmer is a lifelong resident of Floyd County Virginia and currently lives there with his wife of thirty seven years, Barbara Farmer. He grew up learning music from his mother who played guitar and his sister who played piano. Steve sings harmony and plays guitar and the doghouse bass. He likes all kinds of music and enjoys going to festivals and jamming with other musicians. He has played at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, Bristol Rhythm and Roots Festival, Floyd Store, Autumn Leaves Festival, Primland Resort, Wineries and more. Steve has been in several bands and is a joy to be around.

Charlie Milliron was born and raised in the “moonshine capital of the world”, Franklin County, Virginia. He has been in numerous bands, has beautiful lead skill on guitar, and is an award winning dobro player. He sings lead and harmony and is a great songwriter with numerous songs in the making at all times. He has performed with bands at the Harvester Performance Center, the Early Inn, the Grand Oak Pavilion, Primland Resort, and festivals to name a few. Charlie enjoys helping young folks learn how to play music. Many of them are skillful rising musicians because of his efforts.

Glenn Paschal was raised in Reidsville NC by Rogers and Shelby Paschall who are a very well known musician and singer in the area. He is married to Mylinda and they live in Surf City NC. They recently bought a home in the Virginia mountains. Glenn is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist on the banjo, guitar and doghouse bass. He has played in many configurations of bands throughout the years and is a fill-in player when needed easily fitting in where needed. He enjoys many styles of music, including bluegrass, traditional old-time, and rock-n-roll.

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Saturday, February 6, 2010

Stonefield Cellars Winery
Barrel Room
8220 NC Hwy 68
Stokesdale NC  27357

High Lonesome Strings and Stonefield Cellars Winery are both proud to present Grammy award winner, Jim Van Cleve of the highly popular band, Mountain Heart, for two levels of fiddle workshops, one for beginning to intermediate players and another for intermediate to advanced.  Each workshop is $50 for current HLS members and $65 for non-members, which includes an automatic membership in HLS until June 2010.  Every workshop participant will receive a complementary set of D’Addario Helicore violin strings, a $44 suggested retail value! 

Later that evening, players of all levels and listeners alike are invited to attend and participate in  “Jammin’ With Jimmy”. Come join Jim for an evening of picking and grinning in an informal, relaxed jam session atmosphere. Snacks and soft drinks will be provided. Admission is $15 and proceeds go to benefit High Lonesome Strings.

Advanced registration is required for the workshops so don’t wait! Full details and directions are available here. There is also a one-page flyer available you can post in a window or share with your friends. Please contact Pammy at pammydavis@triad.rr.com or 336.202.1536 for questions.

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