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“We had The Waddington Brothers appear at the 16th Annual Lakes Bluegrass Festival and they greatly exceeded my expectations! The brother vocals are terrific and their musicianship is awesome. Our crowd especially enjoyed the addition of several “Cowboy” songs mixed into their sets along with the solid bluegrass. I believe we had more requests for them to come back than any other band, and that’s saying a lot! Oh, and they are really great people as well.  Highly Recommended.”



 ~Tim Roggenkamp, Entertainment Director

The Lakes Bluegrass Festival

Pine River, MN

“The Waddington Brothers are, by far, the best band I’ve seen in years.  Their repertoire ranges from both original and classic bluegrass, to the songs of the cowboys, and heart felt Gospel. As a forty year performance veteran, I highly recommend the Waddington Brothers for your next corporate, family, church, or festival event.”

– Joe Wiegand

     – Theodore Roosevelt Reprisor – Medora, ND

The Waddington Brothers Band played for our Black Hills Bluegrass Festival in June 2021.  The audience loved their music, they played a nice variety of music from traditional bluegrass to the Sons of the Pioneers.  They have wonderful harmonies and strong instrumentals.  Besides that they are some of the nicest people you will ever meet.  We were very happy with the group and look forward to having them back at our festival very soon.


~Carol McConnell, President

Black Hills Bluegrass Association

"I’ve been a fan of the Waddington Brothers since the first time I heard them. They are a true musical treat drawing from their influences in bluegrass, gospel and Western music creating a sound that is all their own. Skillfully executed instrumentation and tight family harmonies are just two of things that you’ll get when you listen to the Waddington Brothers. Check them out when they come to your neck of the woods, you won’t regret it."


~Seth Mulder,

Seth Mulder and Midnight Run

The Waddington Brothers are a bluegrass outfit. Four brothers, Job’s the youngest and plays upright bass and harmonica. Ethan and Jacob are twins, They play banjo and mandolin respectively. And Seth, eldest of the Waddington Brothers, plays acoustic guitar.  And they all sing together, creating the richest, most spot on harmonies the ear has ever heard. When you hear them you might be reminded of the Sons of the Pioneers. They possess a level of intuition and thoughtfulness that just is a rare gift from God. They are after all, brothers, a true band of brothers.


~Tom Brosseau,

Host of "The Great American Folk Show"

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