Max Silverstein will be joining the ensemble on fiddle, while Tyler Robertson will join the band on banjo and vocals.
Silverstein is currently a student at ETSU's Bluegrass and Old Time Music Program.
Robertson has spent the past year as a part of the cast at Pigeon Forge's popular Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show.
Both Silverstein and Robertson are already on the road with the band.
Chosen Road's Jonathan Buckner said "We are thrilled to add both of these guys to the band. We are really excited about being able to add some quartet numbers to the group's repertoire. We are excited about what's ahead for the band."
In addition to their busy tour schedule in support of their latest project "Water Grave," the band will also be heading into the studio with Hee Haw's LuLu Roman for a new bluegrass project to be released later this year.