• Rich Hines: Guitar, Vocals

    Rich Hines' musicality dates back to his teenage years when he played in a high school jug band.  Now he plays guitar, banjo, and harmonica.  This outfit expands Heinzevino!'s sound into new territory with an expanded repertoire and additional musicians.

  • Jeff Anzevino: Dobro, Harmonica

    Jeff Anzevino slides around on the resophonic guitar.  Although Jeff is founder and president of the Hudson Valley Bluegrass Association, his musical interests transcend bluegrass, extending to Western Swing, blues, old time, and popular genres.

  • Rusty Boris: Bass

    Rusty, who plays bass as well as guitar, moonlights as a music instructor and busy side man.  He plays with the bluegrass band "No Brakes," as well as other jazz ensembles.


  • Peter Conklin: Mandolin, Bass

    Pete Conklin, a musician with 25 years experience has joined the group on mandolin and bass, which will free up Rusty to break loose on some countryfried electric guitar.  In addition to his current role in Albany-area band "Out of the Bluegrass," Pete has played previously in the rock band Lost Dawg Woody.

  • Jim Sullivan: Bass, Banjo, Ukelele, Guitar

    The newest "Drifter," Jim Sullivan, lives in Rosendale today but his Woodstock raising exposed him to the music of the Traum brothers and their pals and shaped his musical preferences.. He spent many years directing and practicing 14th to 17th Century music. specializing in Spanish music. Jim directed the Lynchburg Early Music Consort for five years, but eventually fell for more modern "old time music" and then "country music" always with a focus on singing. Attending Jay Unger and Molly Mason's camps influenced his tastes, honed his chops, and has led to all kinds of wonderful friendships and musical experiences. Jim plays guitar, banjo and bass, loves to sing and he also toots on a variety of early instruments, including the lute. These days, also plays with "Too Much Fun."


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