Ladies and gentlemen, from Dixon California,

Matt & George and their Pleasant Valley Boys

Traditional bluegrass from Northern CA, since 2006.

Blue Grass Style: Episode 3

Matt and George's Blue Grass Style Show is brought to you by Pleasant Valley Music in Dixon, California.

This episode features a four song, all-gospel collection.

Our next appearance…

  1. Fri Jun 28 2024

    Ruhstaller Farm

    7:00 pm

    6686 Sievers Road, Dixon, CA

    More info

About the Band

Matt & George and Their Pleasant Valley Boys have been performing traditional bluegrass the old fashioned way, into a single microphone since 2006. They entertain for weddings, corporate events and parties all over Northern California, including regular appearances at the Dixon Lambtown Festival and the big Father's Day Festival in Grass Valley, as well as on ABC Television. They have also pleased crowds at the IBMA ‘Fan Fest’ in Kentucky, on Louisiana’s Abita Opry, at the International Bluegrass Music Museum’s River of Music Party in Kentucky, and even taken bluegrass abroad to Vietnam and France. The Pleasant Valley Boys provide fun for all, with hot instrumental licks and sweet vocal harmonies, backed by a tight rhythm section, all packed into a fast paced, entertaining music show like you’ve never seen before.

Matt & George and Their Pleasant Valley Boys is made up of all original members Matt Dudman, mandolin; Fiddlin’ Jim Allison, fiddle; George Goodell, banjo; Mark “Cousin Rainwater” Eagleton, string bass; and Miss Jenny Lynn, guitar. All members sing.

Quotes About The Band

“Our guests really enjoyed your music and it really added to the event.
We appreciate your flexibility. Thanks so much”
—Laura J. Giacomin, Development Director Conservation Corps North Bay
“We absolutely loved you guys (and girl). We want to invite you back!!”
—Lilly Cortez, Producer Sacramento & Company. NEWS10/ABC
“Absolutely razor-sharp in technique and style [was] mandolinist Matt Dudman.”
—Independent Coast Observer
"[George Goodell’s] banjo playing is Scruggs and Stanley correct, & not a bit bashful."
—California Bluegrass Association
Bluegrass band of the year nominee 2011
—Northern California Bluegrass Association