to our website! We’re based in St. John's, the oldest city in North
America and we’ve been playing bluegrass and traditional music around
Newfoundland since 1973. We’ve also been featured at the Nova Scotia
Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival, Canada’s first and
longest-running bluegrass festival, the Blueberry Bluegrass Festival in
Stony Plain, Alberta, and the Evangeline Bluegrass Festival in PEI.
We've been one of the headline bands at the Mount Pearl Bluegrass and
Old-Time Country Music Festival, Newfoundland's first festival
featuring bluegrass music, since its beginning in 2005.
members of Crooked Stovepipe are: Neil Rosenberg on banjo, Ted Rowe on
guitar, Dave Rowe on Mandolin, and Matt Hender on bass. You can find out
more about us by going to our Biography
section. Neil and Ted have been with the band since the beginning, and
you can see what we looked like over the years, along with many of our
past members, in our Photos/Videos.