The band behind the music.

Banjo: Greg Chapman

Greg is Sarah's dad. He played on the Winnebago project. He has been playing banjo for over 45 years and contributes to the arrangements on some tracks.

Harmony Vocals: Mike Rogers

Mike is the best in the business. He's been with groups such as Doyle Lawson, Craig Morgan. His vocals on the Winnebago tracks are spectacular.

Banjo/Acoustic Guitar/Bass: Seth Taylor

Seth is one of Nashville's finest musicians. You'll find him on TV shows and many artists CD's as he not only plays live performances, but also studio sessions. He's been with groups such as Dailey & Vincent, Mountain Heart, Mountain Faith, to name a few.

Bass: Mark Fain

Mark has played for everyone in Nashville. A flawless studio player, he played on the Winnebago project.

Acoustic Guitar/Mandolin: Shaun Richardson

Shaun played in Michael Martin Murphy's band and more recently, Dailey & Vincent. A session player of many talents, he played on the Winnebago project.

Dobro/Banjo: Gaven Largent

Gaven played banjo and dobro on the Winnebago project. He recently played with Dailey & Vincent. He is most certainly, one of Nashville's best dobro player.

Fiddle/Mandolin: Aubrey Haynie

Aubrey may very well be the top fiddle player in Nashville. He played on the Winnebago project.

Steel Guitar: Scotty Sanders

Scott Sanders nominated as top 5 ACM country music award for "Steel Guitar Player of the Year", played on the Winnebago project.

Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson

Mike Johnson is an award winning Top Steel Guitarist & Session Musician who works out of Nashville TN. His credits span over many different musical genres. Mike played on the Winnebago project.

Guitar: Brent Mason

Brent Mason is one of the most recorded guitarists in history. He played on Sarah's Winnebago project. As well as being a Grammy Award winning artist he is also a 14 time winner of the Academy of Country Music (ACM) Guitarist of the Year Award, and a 2 time winner of the CMA Award Musician of the Year (being nominated every year since 1991). He has been named as one of the top ten session guitarists in the world, joining the ranks of Jimmy Page, Larry Carlton, Tommy Tedesco and Steve Cropper.  Brent has played on well over a thousand albums and continues to add to this extensive resume. In October 2019 he was inducted into the Musician’s Hall of Fame and in July 2020 will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.