Hamjo Band members have a long-standing history with music involvement individually, but they have joined together with a common interest to create good old-time music to entertain and retain the roots of our musical heritage to share with today's families. The Hamjo Band derives it's name from the Hammered Dulcimer's beautiful range of tone combined with the banjo's old-time plucking, done in Appalachian, claw-hammer style. This unique combination, joined by guitars, mandolin & vocal harmonies create an entertaining performance featuring old-time traditional tunes, waltzes, ballads, jigs & reels from the Celtic heritage of the early immigrants settling in New England and the Appalachian area of America, - music reflecting the many influences of the past. 'Mustang Sally and the Hamjos,' clearly one of the biggest draws of the festival..' Jupiter Courier Enjoy that Toe-tappin' old-time and traditional music featuring Appalachian tunes, hornpipes and rls from the Celtic traditions, plus Gospel and secular vocal harmonies. Hamjo Band: Sally Anderson: Hammered Dulcimer. Dale Johnson: Lead Guitar, Mandolin, and back-up rhythm Pat Kochenburger: Vocals & Wash-tub bass Donny Lomnick: Back-up guitar and rhythm "bones" Dick Prince: Lead Banjo, Lead guitar, Fiddle Ron Smith: Lead Banjo, Vocals 'It's nice to step away from the serious side of life and tap into that fun. And this is exactly why 'Mustang Sally and the Hamjos' draw a crowd when they perform. Within 10 minutes, they will forget about the stuff that is bothering them'....The Lakeland Ledger.