Mandolin and Fiddle

Audrey Mendenhall has been playing mandolin since 2014 and currently studies under Nick Dumas. She is influenced by greats such as Bill Monroe, Ricky Skaggs, and Sam Bush. Audrey competed in the Northeast Fiddlers Convention in Pittsfield Massachusetts and took first place in the mandolin division. As well as mandolin, she has played fiddle since 2012. Audrey has honed her fiddling skills placing multiple times at the Lowell Banjo and Fiddle Competition. Audrey has also released an EP in 2021 with her sister Megan, self-titled, The Mendenhall Sisters.


Banjo and Dobro

Megan Mendenhall was destined to become a bluegrass banjo player from birth. Sharing the same birthday as Earl Scruggs, she has been picking three-finger style banjo since age 9. At age eleven, she won first place for the Adult Bluegrass Banjo category at the Lowell Banjo and Fiddle Competition, a feat she has accomplished four times. Megan is a multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter, playing banjo, dobro, guitar, and piano. Her picking style has exploded since she began studying under IBMA award winning banjo player, Ned Luberecki, and has quickly developed a name for herself in the Boston area after she and her sister co-founded the bands, The Mendenhall Sisters and Stoneface Mountain. In fall of 2021, Megan was a finalist at Freshgrass in North Adams. She released her first 5-song EP titled, “The Mendenhall Sisters”, which was featured on WERU in Maine. Megan’s momentum has begun to blossom rapidly over the years and she will definitely be someone to keep an ear out for as she pursues her bluegrass career.