Bama Blu-Grace is made up of two married couples from Cullman, Alabama who have been good friends since high school. Traveling mostly in the Southeast, it has been said many times that their harmonies are closely compared to “family like blends”. Bama Blu-Grace is a group that generates smooth gospel bluegrass music with a punch and harmonies that are tight and easy on the ear.

In July of this year, Bama Blu-Grace celebrated 17 wonderful years and has had the honor of sharing the stage with many of their influences such as, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, The Isaacs, Rhonda Vincent, New Found Road and The Primitive Quartet to mention a few. During the last seven years, God has blessed Bama Blu-Grace with original songs that charted in The Singing News Top 80. From the “Journey of Faith” project, “He Arose” charted at #2 and can still be heard on Sirius Satellite Radio. In 2016, their latest CD “In His Hands” had two charting singles – “Who Am I” at #2 and “How Does It Feel to Be Home” went to the #1 position on the Singing News Bluegrass Gospel Charts.

Most recently, Bama Blu-Grace has been nominated by SNG Scoops (The Diamond Awards) for Bluegrass Album of the Year, Bluegrass Gospel Song of the Year and member Jennifer Hale was nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year.

Band Members

Ron Burrow – Dobro

Christie Burrow – Guitar

Abi Burrow – Mandolin

Asa Burrow – Percussion

Ron Hale – Banjo and Guitar

Jennifer Hale – Fiddle

Ivy Hale – Bass