Ages Past, a bluegrass band best known for their powerful sound, original songwriting, and “traditional with a twist” style, has reunited after 25 years to bring you all-new music. Original band members Randy Gallion, Jeff Davis, and Tony Williamson, have joined forces with veteran musicians Jaime Carter and Chad Day to form the new group.
Originally created in 1990, the band performed original music around the Southeast for five years and included members such as Jason Burleson on the banjo (a founding member of Blue Highway), Jeremy Philbeck on the mandolin (formerly of Wyatt Rice and Santa Cruz), Matthew Norton on the bass (who also played with Jimmy Martin, Larry Sparks, Mark Kirkendall, Lisa Ray, and Nick Chandler), and Johnny Dowdle on the bass (formerly of Mountain Heart). Current members also have a lot of experience performing with prominent bluegrass musicians over the years. Tony performed with Drive South, while Jeff worked with countless artists, including Rhonda Vincent, Mountain Heart, Nick Chandler, Charlie Waller, and Lou Reid, to name a few. Jaime has a degree in Bluegrass, Old-Time, and Country Music Studies from East Tennessee State University, and she has toured professionally around the world.