Featured Artist Feb 2018

 Meet Rick Leighton Singer, songwriter, teacher, guitar, bass, dobro and banjo player, born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. You can’t pin Rick down to any one genre. He is a talented, versatile, experienced multi-instrumentalist. It all started with the piano. His Mom made all the kids take piano. In sixth grade Rick switched to the…

Featured Artist December

 Meet Mike Mitchell Singer, Songwriter, Fiddler, Teacher living in Floyd, Virginia. “I moved to Floyd, Virginia twenty years ago, as a young man who was classically trained in violin (Ontario Canada) and a recent expat of the jamband scene. It was here that I learned of a reverence towards Oldtime and Bluegrass music, and that…

Featured Artists – Nov 2017

 Celebrating a Year of Featured Artists! As we enter the downhill slide into the the Holiday Season and end of 2017, let’s take a look back at our Featured Artists from the last 12 months. I started this feature to share with my followers some new and emerging artists that I have encountered in my…

Featured Artist – October

Meet Meaghan Farrell She’s a talented singer-songwriter, currently living and performing in Nashville and beyond, while recording energetic and inspiring original music. To quote from her Facebook page, her music “speaks of day to day living, the struggles, the conflict, and the inevitable surge of happiness we discover on the way to our dreams.” She…

Featured Artist – June

 Meet The Coal Flowers Joel Shepherd and Heather Shepherd:  a singer/songwriter sibling duo that have been singing together in one form or another since childhood in the Appalachian coalfields of Kentucky. They grew up in London, Kentucky with musical parents. “Dad plays the guitar and Mom sings. They actually met while Mom was singing and traveling in a group with Aunt…

Featured Artist – October

One of my favorite activities for the Pinefield Farm Facebook page is to find new singer/ songwriters that are out there sharing their music and loving the journey. The downside of Facebook is that items can quickly get lost on the timeline, so this should help keep you connected. My plan is to highlight a…