The family that plays together stays together. Ralph Lewis began performing at hill music concerts at six years of age, on a single circuit as bluegrass pioneer Costs Monroe. A long time later (1974 to become specific), Lewis gained an area playing electric guitar in Monroe’s Blue Lawn Young boys (though Lewis held running his NEW YORK refrigeration business). For the time being, Lewis elevated two sons, Don and Marty, teaching them acoustic guitar and banjo young. Both sons and the daddy eventually formed an organization. Don Lewis, that has used Doc Watson and made an appearance on Hee Haw, takes on lead on many string devices and Ralph has electric guitar and sings. Supported by a tempo section, the group moves all around the Southeast playing their mixture of bluegrass, Cajun, and rock and roll at pubs and celebrations. Sons of Ralph released their initial album, Get a Main and Growl, in 2001.