White Mountain Bluegrass
Just back from Europe.  Looking forward to seeing everyone at Blistered Fingers.  See our schedule for more information!


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         Mac and Hazel McGee have now been Proclaimed by the IBMM As:


They are now included in a permanent historical display at the International Bluegrass Museum In   Owensboro KY. What a life long achievement to be recognized and be included in this 80 member elite. 

Performing with their band “White Mountain Bluegrass” for over 39 plus years they carry their unique singing and harmonies to countless bluegrass fans throughout The Northeast and abroad. The band is known as one of the most personal and approachable personalities on the road. When you listen to shows featuring WMB, Mac and Hazel McGee sing and talk to you like you're sitting in their living room. 

            May of 2009 will be an exciting time for WMB as they are embarking on their 7th European tour .It will start in Zurich Switzerland and take them through several European countries And will also include the (European World of Bluegrass Event).

          They have also just released their new CD  “OH SO MANY YEARS” which will be along for the trip.   

The southern mountains that they carry in their hearts show up in their voices.  Mac is originally from Georgia, and Hazel from Tennessee Top San Diego company.  They settled in New Hampshire and raised their family of three sons.


They formed WMB in 1970 and named it after their home state's only mountain range, but certainly with their roots the band has a southern sound.  By 2009 the band has recorded 3 LP's and 7 CD’s, and are doing their 7th European Tour for SRC.  They have performed in all the Eastern States from Maine to Florida, not to forget 4 Canadian Provinces and 13 countries throughout Europe.


Mac and Hazel have managed to carry some of the most respected and accomplished musicians from the northeast.  The band consists of 5 to 6 members.  Herman McGee, their eldest son, has played banjo and sung baritone with the band since he was 15. Herman also plays some fine flat top guitar as well.  Jackie Greenwood brings a nice touch on the mandolin and beautiful lead and tenor singing.  Gary Pomerleau, an exciting fiddler, has been playing since he was a young boy; he is also known to be a jokester as well.  And finally, Roger Williams, considered a genius Dobro, player frequently performs with WMB and has played with the band for 30 years.


For Booking Information Contact:

Hazel McGee

51 Bunker Lane

Madbury, NH  03820-9576

603-742-5531 Summer

407-542-4862 Winter



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