Hard driving, traditional bluegrass with roots reaching back to the Smoky Mountains of  North Carolina.  Ernest Queen, our founder, was born and raised in and around Cowarts, North Carolina.  As a young man, Ernest moved to Sedro Woolley, WA bringing with him the music he heard and played throughout his youth.    For thirty years, Ernie and his band entertained audiences throughout Washington and British Columbia.  Ernie passed away in 2015 and left us in charge of playing the music that he so loved.  Queen's Bluegrass is now based in Lynden, WA and plays throughout Northwest Washington.

Stop by often and check out our Events Calendar to find out where we're playing.  Drop us a line on our Contact page to say hello. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for show reminders and other updates.

Events

Previous events

Jan25

Kevin Fazio at Bellingham Folk Festival

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211 Birch Bay-Lynden Road, Lynden, WA

We had the good fortune of playing a showcase concert at last year's Bellingham Folk Festival. Our banjo player, Kevin, has been invited back to this year's festival to give two workshops on Saturday. The festival is a celebration full of music, dance, and workshops. More information at http://www.thebellinghamfolkfestival.com/

Nov6

Queen's Bluegrass at Private Event

You can't come unless you're invited by the hosts. You can, however, have us play at your event! Contact us for more info.

Aug11

Queen's Bluegrass at Private Event

You can't come unless you're invited by the hosts. You can, however, have us play at your event! Contact us for more info.

Jul14

Queen's Bluegrass at Bluegrass Bash for Animals as Natural Therapy

Windy Acres Farm, 721 Van Wyck Rd, Bellingham

We're tickled to have been invited by the folks at Animals as Natural Therapy to be the feature act at their annual Bluegrass Bash. This organization helps youth at-risk and veterans heal through animal assisted programs. The event is family friendly and FREE with food by donation. More info at http://www.animalsasnaturaltherapy.org/bash-2018/