An outgrowth of informal finding periods, the Cache Valley Drifters continue steadily to bring today’s outlook to bluegrass and nation music. Although they disbanded for greater than a 10 years, between 1979 and 1992, the group continues to be steadily creating for lost period. Their shows are as more likely to consist of bluegrass-ized interpretations of music by Paul Simon, Leon Russell, and Cream because they are to feature music with the past due nation folksinger Kate Wolf or traditional hill nation materials. The Cache Valley Drifters’ association with Wolf is definitely natural due to the fact the band’s longest-standing member, Expenses Griffin, toured with her backup music group and created her last recordings. Griffin experienced previously been a sideman on albums by Earl Robinson, Pete Seeger, and Odetta and some national radio places with the past due Burl Ives. Mike Mullins was put into the Cache Valley Drifters in 1992 and performs acoustic guitar and mandolin and sings using the group. The sibling of banjo participant Tim Mullins, who used the music group from 1972 to 1973, Mike continues to be energetic in acoustic music because the 1980s when he performed guitar within the Phil Salazar Music group. In 1990, Mullins became a member of with ex-Cache Valley Drifters member Cyrus Clarke to create the Acousticats. Bassist/vocalist Wally Barnick, who used the Cache Valley Drifters from 1975 until 1979, spent some time working using the group since their re-formation. Building an early on reputation for his or her wealthy vocal harmonies and virtuosic musicianship, the Cache Valley Drifters had been encouraged from the support they received from bluegrass guitarist Dan Crary, who helped them protected their first documenting agreement. Their self-titled debut recording premiered in 1978.