Grizzly Goat - Folk Rock. Provo, UT.


Alex Vincent- Charlotte, NC

Dobro, Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Bass, Lap Steel


Alex Vincent was raised constantly moving around. You can tell it had an impact on him by the way he shuffles his feet on stage. He's lived in North Carolina, Massachusetts, Montana, Wisconsin, Utah, and even Switzerland where he served an LDS mission. He plays in many different acts based out of Provo as well as doing his own solo stuff. He is a great asset to the band both musically and fraternally. He is a talented songwriter and has some pretty stinkin' awesome dance moves. You should ask about his high score on the game "battle cats". 

Ben Gibson- Las Vegas, NV

Mandolin, Guitar, Dobro, Piano, Organ, Banjo


Ben got his early musical training from his mother's piano lessons and playing french horn in the school band. He later moved on to the guitar, mandolin, and banjo. He has since been part of numerous folk bands including the Provo folk/grunge band TV Screens. He served a two year LDS mission to Germany. His hobbies include hiking, rock climbing, camping and longboarding. Ben is studying Digital Audio at UVU and works as a studio engineer at Cold House Studio  in Provo, UT. He can grow a full beard in just under a week and is an excellent chef. You should ask about his breakfast burritos.

Nate Waggoner- Floyds Knobs, IN

Banjo, Guitar, Harmonica


Nate, who grew up in the Kentuckiana area, has always had deep roots in folk music. His grandfather introduced him to Jimmy Rodgers and his father introduced him to Bob Dylan. He picked up the guitar at age 13 and has since learned a few more instruments. He is a thought-provoking songwriter whose songs are often themed in the outdoors, geography, and morality. He served two years as an LDS missionary on Panay Island in the Philippines and he recently graduated with a degree in Wildlife and Wildlands Conservation from BYU. On top of this, he is happily married with two daughters and two dogs. 

Scott Monson- Orem, UT

Drums, Percussion, Piano, Organ


Scott is the only Utah native in the band. He was raised in Orem, UT and attended BYU studying music. While at BYU he performed with BYU's touring folk ensemble. Scott is fluent on many instruments and is often called upon to suggest the pathway a song should go. He also plays in the local Provo bluegrass/celtic group Molly In the Mineshaft. He is the smoothest driver of any person in the band, which is great when you need to sleep in the van. Above all this, Scott is terrific person to chat Star Wars with. You should ask him about his thoughts on "The Last Jedi".