Randall Hibbitts, a Southwest Virginia native, was born and raised in the "Little Country Town" of Grundy. He was introduced to traditional bluegrass music such as The Stanley Brothers, Bill Monroe and The Bluegrass Boys, Reno and Smiley, Flatt and Scruggs, at the very young age of twelve. As a young boy, his parents took him to every festival possible, which became the foundation for his strong, traditional background. Those childhood experiences, helped to create the sound and style that he has today. Randall began touring professionally with Dave Evans and Riverbend and later went on to traveling with Ralph Stanley II. His most recent stent was when he landed the position of bass player for Dr. Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys. Being a traditionalist, this was a dream come true for Randall, and he was privileged to serve as the last bassist for Dr. Ralph Stanley and takes with him precious memories of playing stages across America with such a tremendous bluegrass legacy. Hibbitts has played many notable venues including The Grand Ole Opry and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass in San Francisco, CA., Merlefest, and Bean Blossom, Indiana, and many more.