Just in Case
Based in St. John's, Crooked Stovepipe has been playing bluegrass and traditional music around Newfoundland since 1973. They have been regular performers at the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival since 1976, and one of the headline bands at the Mount Pearl Bluegrass and Old-Time Country Music Festival since it's inception in 2005. In 2001 they were invited guests at the Blueberry Bluegrass Festival in Stony Plain, Alberta. In 2002 they made their fourth appearance at the Nova Scotia Bluegrass and Old-Time Music Festival. In May, 2003 they were invited to perform at the Atlantic Scene Festival in Ottawa. They performed at the Evangeline Bluegrass Festival, P.E.I. in July, 2006. Their albums, Newfoundland Bluegrass and Pickin' on the Rock, and Just in Case are heard by bluegrass fans around the world. Just in Case was the ECMA Bluegrass Recording of the Year in 2006. Current band members are Neil Rosenberg (banjo, guitar, vocals), Ted Rowe (guitar, vocals), Dave Rowe (bass, vocals) and Pat Moran (fiddle).