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Joe Mullins – Banjo and Vocals
Adam McIntosh – Guitar and Vocals
Evan McGregor – Fiddle and Vocals
Mike Terry – Mandolin and Vocals
Tim Kidd – Bass
These days you
never know if the ringing in Joe Mullins’ ears is that of his
banjo or a phone call requesting a performance by his new band,
the Radio Ramblers. Mullins owns and
operates Classic Country Radio, a network of three southwest
Ohio radio stations featuring Classic Country, Bluegrass and
Gospel music. The Radio Ramblers, a collaboration
of veteran Bluegrass musicians who have worked with one another
during former musical endeavors, formed in 2006 for the primary
purpose of performing at Classic Country Radio promotions.
However, due to the level of their professionalism and talent,
the requests for performances by the Radio Ramblers
has grown, thus expanding their schedule to include shows at
area music venues, benefits, and festivals. It cannot be left
unacknowledged that camaraderie and inherent passion for
Bluegrass music within this band has had a profound impact on
the quality of their stage presence and ultimate demand.
The Radio Ramblers have become a welcomed addition to
the southwest Ohio Bluegrass music scene.
right: Adam McIntosh, Mike Terry, Joe Mullins, Evan McGregor,
Mullins, banjo player and
vocalist, currently resides in the Cedarville, Ohio area. He
has been an active Bluegrass performer and radio broadcaster for
25 years. He began working on the radio and playing banjo
professionally while still in high school in the early 1980’s,
touring and recording nationwide as a founding member of the
band the Traditional Grass. Mullins also
performed and recorded with the awarding winning Bluegrass band,
McIntosh of Lebanon, Ohio, is the guitarist and a vocalist with
the Radio Ramblers. He began
playing Bluegrass at age 11. In 1999, Adam assembled a local
band, Borderline, where he met mandolin player,
Mike Terry. The next year, Adam began playing guitar and
singing tenor with Rounder recording artists, Dry Branch
Fire Squad, where he remained for 3 ½ years.
Evan McGregor, of Brookville, Ohio, has been playing Bluegrass
since 1994 and been a member of a number of regional and
national acts since his career started, including the
Wildwood Valley Boys, the Aubrey Holt Show,
and the James King Band. He’s also placed in
several regional fiddle contests. While playing local venues as
a member of different regional bands, Evan had become acquainted
with Mike Terry and Adam McIntosh.
player, Mike Terry, of Jamestown, Ohio, has been involved with
Bluegrass music most of his life and performing with local
Bluegrass groups for 12 years. Mike first met Joe Mullins when
they performed together in the gospel group, the Beacons.
Tim Kidd, of Morrow, Ohio, began performing Bluegrass as a young
teenager. At 17, Tim began playing Southern Gospel with
the Hoskins Family, where he remained for 1½ years until
moving to the Beacons at age 19. It is with
the Beacons that Tim first became
acquainted with Joe Mullins and Mike Terry, and where he
performed for nearly 5 years. Tim has also known Adam McIntosh
since his junior year of high school.
these five musicians exemplify the qualities of a professional
Bluegrass band. Please attend one of their performances to see
for yourself or request a CD to sample their sound.
upcoming performances by the Radio Ramblers, see