Brandon, Caden and Duncan have grown up around music all their life with their dad, Kipper Stitt. Kipper is one of the founding members of Pine Mountain Railroad and toured across United States and Canada. Kipper enjoyed every moment of performing but he missed his family when gone on the extended trips. He decided when the kids were young that they were his biggest priority so he came off tour to ensure time with them. He has dreamed for years of his sons joining him on stage. He wasn't sure that dream would be a reality since his sons first showed musical interest in other genres while learning saxophone, electric guitar, and keyboard. Wait until you hear what this group can do! With their family harmonies and God-given musical talent they are sure to entertain. To keep things exciting, you will hear songs you may not expect to hear from bluegrass musicians. They have performed in several states and at several notable venues and festivals, including the Country Tonite Theater, Dollywood’s Barbeque & Bluegrass, and the Museum of Appalachia’s Tennessee Fall Homecoming.
Kipper Stitt lives in Corryton, TN with his wife Cindy and his youngest sons - Caden and Duncan. Kipper began playing banjo at the age of twelve and he has performed professionally since the age of 14, having the opportunity to perform with Marty Raybon in his earlier years. Kipper co-founded and had great success with Pine Mountain Railroad, which was nominated for IBMA Emerging Artist of the Year twice in 2003 and 2004 and was awarded California Bluegrass Association Emerging Artist of the Year in 2002. They performed all over the United States and in several countries, including Canada, Mexico, and the Bahamas. They recorded with the well-known record label CMH Records and several of their songs reached the top in the bluegrass charts. Kipper is sponsored by OME Banjos and was featured on the cover of Banjo Newsletter in June, 2004.
Brandon Stitt lives in Knoxville, TN with his wife Megan and sons Avery and River. Brandon has shown musical gifts from a young age singing, playing the saxophone, keyboard, mandolin, and guitar throughout the years.
Caden Stitt is 16 years old and although he's only been playing the bass for about three years, he has an outstanding ear for music and picks it up quicker than most. Caden has played piano for several years as well.
Duncan Stitt is 13 years old and has been playing the dobro for about three years. His renowned dobro teacher Phil Leadbetter said that he's not seen anyone learn as fast! Duncan received the annual scholarship to ResoSummit 2016, and he won the Dobro competition at the internationally-renowned bluegrass festival RockyGrass 2017 in Lyons, CO. He won the competition at 13, making him the youngest person to ever win any instrument competition in the 45-year history of the festival. He has been featured in Bluegrass Today, AustralianBluegrass.com, and on dozens of television stations all across the country.