Skip Cherryholmes

Skip Cherryholmes started playing mandolin at age 9, but later switched to guitar when his family formed the "Cherryholmes" family band. Skip played with his family for almost 13 years until they decided to disband in 2011. In their time together, the Cherryholmes family won the 2005 IBMA Entertainer of the Year award, and have been nominated for numerous awards including 5 Grammy awards. He also played with bluegrass legend Lou Reid and his group "Lou Reid and Carolina". Although he now lives in NC, Skip is from Los Angeles, CA and loves to visit his family and friends on the west coast. When he's not on the road, he enjoys cooking and spending time with his family.