Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle!

Image635476539586052435Steve Gulley certainly does not need any introduction to the Bluegrass community with accomplishments that includes 16 years as a featured performer, staff musician, music director, studio manager and producer at Renfro Valley, KY.

The Gulley family name enjoys a rich musical heritage that reaches across generations with strong roots in Bluegrass and Mountain Gospel music.  It starts with long time radio personality Don Gulley who was a founding member of the Bluegrass group the Pinnacle Mountain Boys. Don’s son, Steve Gulley, has carried on the family tradition performing for many years with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, as a founding member of Bluegrass super groups Mountain Heart and Grasstowne, as a regular featured performer at Renfro Valley and with Steve’s longtime friend and colleague Dale Ann Bradley.

Now Steve has begun a new chapter in his music career heading up his own band Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle.   "After a lifetime of living and breathing bluegrass music, I feel like it's finally time to spread my wings a little bit and put my name and stamp on something that totally reflects my personality and musical passion. I've been so blessed to have gotten to travel and perform with some of the finest musicians and people in the world and have helped to create some music of which I'm so proud to have been a part. Hopefully, after so many years of traveling the world performing, folks know what I do and will want to hear the music I'll make with the new band. Along with my good friends at Rural Rhythm Records and The Andrea Roberts Agency, I look forward to what the future holds and couldn't be more excited to start this new phase of my life and career", says Steve Gulley.

Signs with Andrea Roberts Agency (ARA),

Debut Album Coming Out On Rural Rhythm In Early 2015

From 1994-96 Steve was a member of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and a founding member of Mountain Heart ('98 - '06) and Grasstowne ('06 - '11). 

Steve is a winner of 4 IBMA Awards including Co-writer of the 2008 Song Of The Year, "Through The Window Of A Train", by Blue Highway and SPBGMA Multi award winner including 2008 Album Of The Year, "The Road Headin' Home”, by Grasstowne.

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