Dick Harrington - guitar, vocals As a boy Dick Harrington sang folk songs with his grandma. In the early ' 60s he sang and played guitar nightly in a coffee house. In the '70s, having settled in Virginia, he became inspired mainly by Pete and Ellen Vigour, to play old-time music exclusively and take up fiddle. Dick has recorded with Victoria Young, Afton Mountain String Band, and Troublesome Creek.
Pete Vigour - fiddle, vocals and fingerpicking banjo Pete Vigour is lucky enough to play and teach old-time music for a living. He lives in White Hall, Virginia with his wife Ellen, a fine mandolin player and dance caller. Pete and Ellen have played old-time music in Uncle Henry's Favorites for 25 years with Jim Childress and Mark Beall, often featuring guest appearances by Arnie and Dick.