Narrow Road
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We've been playing in churches, revivals, and festivals since about 1997.  Recent former members include James Shoopman and John Utley, who are on all of our CDs and in most of the photos. We love
to sing about and praise Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior!! Mat. 7:13-14

Band Members (click on name to email / click on picture to learn more about each person)
picture of bob Bob Frederick - Banjo
Bob is retired Chair of Biological Sciences at Eastern Kentucky University, plays banjo, and sings harmonies and an occasional lead.  His daughter, Tessa, played fiddle on our first CD when she was 9, but at age 27 is more likely to be seen at her TessaLark.com web site!  She's playing fiddle on "Listen to the Word of God" on our latest I Thank God Everyday CD.
picture of robert Robert Linville - Dobro
Robert, plays dobro, is a factory engineer, has taught karate, sings baritone, and does most of the talking for the band when we're on stage. He does some talking for the Gideons too from time to time.  Email Robert if you want to invite Narrow Road to perform at your event.
picture of BethanyBethany Breakall - Fiddle
Bethany, is a Biology Premedical Sciences major at EKU, and began playing and singing with Narrow Road in spring 2015. She can also be seen playing with the Breakall Family from time to time, and teaches violin and fiddle to a few lucky kids.
picture of Randy Randy Carpenter - Guitar
Randy, along with Robert, were two of the original members of Narrow Road when the band got its name in the 1990s, sings lead on many songs, and wrote most of the original songs the band sings and that we have recorded. Randy is a soughtafter DJ for weddings, dances, and other events. He also makes cars at Toyota in Georgetown.
picture of eddieEddie Hubbard - Bass
Eddie plays bass. He's been playing with Narrow Road for several years now. We've asked him to sing, but he just laughs at that suggestion, so we don't push it.
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