Nashville, TN -- Bennie Boling, banjo player for the Farm Hands bluegrass Quartet, has joined with Steve Huber and Huber banjos as their newest endorsee. Huber Banjos is widely accepted as one of the finest musical instruments built today. The Huber is played by many of the top players in bluegrass music, including Sammy Shelor of the Lonesome River Band, Ron Block of Alison Krauss and Union Station, Doyle Lawson and Quicksliver’s Joe Dean, Barry Abernathy of Mountain Heart, and Blue Highway’s Jason Burlison.
“I’ve known Steve a long time and I am very familiar with what a great banjo a Huber banjo is.” says Bennie. “I’m excited to be playing and representing this fine instrument.”
Company founder Steve Huber is happy that Bennie Boling is joining the list of talented Huber banjo players. He says, “Bennie has been a part of the manufacturing here for several years. He is a great guy as well as a talented musician. Bennie is an excellent addition to the family of Huber banjo players”
Bennie will be playing the Huber banjo on tour with the Farm Hands bluegrass quartet. The Farm Hands are a Nashville, Tennessee based band of bluegrass veterans, regularly performing over 150 dates a year.
The Farm Hands bring together four talented singers and musicians into one of the most exciting groups in bluegrass and gospel music. The group features two long time veterans of Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, Daryl Mosley and Tim Graves.
Bennie has been playing music with Tim for over 30 years. Bennie is a multi-instrumentalist, being right at home on bass, guitar, and several other instruments. He is also a gifted songwriter, having songs recorded by the Oak Ridge Boys, Gene Watson, Grand Ole Opry star Jeannie Seely and others.