Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands

Laurie Lewis is singer, songwriter, fiddler, bandleader, producer and educator. She has twice been voted Female Vocalist of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association. Since her debut album in 1986, she has probably recorded over 20 albums. In 1996 she recorded The Oak and The Laurel with now band member Tom Rozum that received Best Traditional Folk Album Grammy Award. The latest recording with her band The Right Hands, The Hazel and Alice Sessions was nominated for a 2017 Grammy.

The Right Hands includes Laurie (vocals and fiddle), Tom Rozum, mandolin, Brandon Godman, fiddle; Patrick Sauber, banjo; Sam Grisman, upright bass.

Other music honors include International Bluegrass Music Song of the Year and Shared Awards of Album of the Year on True Life Blues: The Songs of Bill Monroe and the Event of the Year Follow Me Back to the Fold: A Tribute to Women in Bluegrass.

Laurie is very active producing other artist's work and has taught at an impressive number of band camps.