Unique & captivating, small-town Georgia Bluegrass & Americana artist
Turnberry Management artist Rebekah Long emerges from behind the scenes
to take center stage
Standing on the precipice and just about to launch into the stratosphere. That’s where Turnberry Management sees Rebekah Long as we jump into 2019. A known talent behind the scenes in the bluegrass world but largely unknown, Rebekah Long has the talent and drive needed to make it as a performer, and is no stranger to some of the most successful folks in the genre.
Long grew up in Lincolnton, Georgia near the famous musical kinfolk The Lewis Family and spent time touring and playing upright bass with Little Roy Lewis and Lizzy Long, Rebekah’s twin sister. She also played bass in Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike.
Rebekah was one of the first students to graduate from the Glenville State College Bluegrass Certificate Program after it was created in 2002. With a BA in Bluegrass Music and a BA in Music Education under her belt, Long immersed herself in the bluegrass business working as a recording engineer, graphic designer, video editor while also playing in various bands.
Collaborating closely with the legendary songwriter Dixie Hall, the late wife of Country Music Hall of Famer Tom T. Hall, Long was the recording engineer and graphic designer for the acclaimed “Daughters of Bluegrass” box set, also adding bass, guitar and vocals to the project.
She can be seen touring this spring to support her 2017 album Run Away on LUK Records and available at all download outlets.