​Phil Kleinman

She loves to perform and engage  with her audience. Her song "Bluegrass in Bellevue" received 3rd place in the Wintergrass songwriting contest and she has performed her original music at Nashville's Bluebird cafe' and Douglas Corner open songwriter venues.  She performs in her band Jackie Fox & The Hounds and in duo Fancee That with "duo" with Brad Keeler. 

 

Philip Brown has played fiddle since the age of eight and also plays piano, mandolin, accordion and whistles.  His love for music led him to the crafts of piano tuner and a fiddle teacher.  "Music is my ministry to praise the Lord so other people can be blessed - without the Lord, music would be nothing".    Besides bluegrass,  he also enjoys old country western, swing, Irish, and ragtime.  When Philip isn't "fiddling around"  he enjoys the family farm near Springdale, WA.
Brad Keeler, either as a solo or with a group, has opened for, or performed at events featuring Doc Watson, Bill Monroe, Robert Lockwood, Jr., Etta Baker, Roy Book Binder, and other luminaries of roots music. In 1999, he was awarded first place in flatpick guitar, fingerstyle guitar, slide guitar (second in mandolin) at the annual Florida Old Time Music Championships. Brad not only performs with Jackie Fox & The Hounds but performs with his group The Brad Keeler Trio and Level Four. He sings and plays guitar, slide guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and harmonica. His solo albums have earned critical praise in the press.

Jim Pittman plays stand-up bass and vocals with Jackie Fox & The Hounds and also a band member of The Brad Keeler Trio and Level Four.  Musically speaking, he has eclectic tastes and his versatility shows as he effortlessly shifts from bluegrass to blues to jazz styles. Jim also plays guitar and has been a musician for 40 years.  


 Jackie McIntyre Fox shares her time between Troy, Mt and Spokane WA.  Jackie has been songwriting since 2005 crafting relatable songs with vivid imagery.