Caroline Owens

Vocals - Rhythm Guitar

Caroline Owens is a 2X IBMA nominated Bluegrass Vocalist and recording artist for Skyline Records of Nashville, TN. She has performed alongside many of the music industry's most accomplished artists such as: Alison Krauss, Suzanne Cox, The Isaacs, Larry Gatlin, Larry Cordle, Carl Jackson, The Malpass Brothers, Darin & Brooke Aldridge and many others. Making great strides in the music business, the future deems itself to be increasingly bright for this rising young star.


"I feel very fortunate to have received the opportunities that have passed my way, and even to those that have passed me by. I am certain that God works all things to the good of those who love Him, and I know that His plans are far greater than mine. I am eternally grateful to Him for the gift of music, and to the wonderful mentors and friends that I have met therein. May all glory, honor, and praise go to Him; He is the reason that I sing."


Parks Icenhour


Parks Icenhour began playing the guitar and mandolin as a young boy, providing rhythm for his dad who played the banjo. As a teenager, he drifted away from bluegrass but picked it up again while studying at East Carolina University where he met Tommy Edwards (The Bluegrass Experience) and enjoyed many impromptu picking sessions in their dormitory.  In 1971, he met Glen Dyer, father of Allen Dyer, and they have been picking together as the "Brother's 'N Bluegrass" for the last 45 years. He has recorded two albums with Glen and several projects with various recording artists, including background guitar music for a museum of history documentary featuring Andy Griffith as the narrator. His preference in bluegrass is strictly traditional with Doc Watson and Norman Blake as his favorite guitarists. Parks works as a professional engineer.  He endorses GHS Strings. Parks is excited to be touring and playing lead guitar with Caroline & Company.

Bailey moore


Even though Bailey Moore is only eighteen years old, he has been in bluegrass music almost his entire life. Being surrounded by a musical family, he soaked it up very quickly. At age five, his father, Darren Moore showed him a few guitar chords and he just took off. Bailey began playing the banjo at age eight with the help of his father's closest friend, Jeremy Stephens. At age twelve, his uncle, the late Jason Moore, and his great uncle, Allen Mills, inspired him to pick up the upright bass. His bass style is very reminiscent of Jason's powerful, yet consistant style. In addition to his talents as an accomplished bassist, Bailey is a multi instrumentalist - playing with his father in a local band from Virginia, where he is from. Bailey is straight out of high school and eager to hit the road with Caroline & Company.

Chase Bennett


Chase Bennett got a rather late start to the bluegrass scene, starting at the age of 17. He picked up the banjo and within a day was able to play a couple of gospel songs. His family can tell you that it was like something had clicked, and they knew he had found his missing piece. Since then, he has quickly developed into a very skilled, hard driving banjo picker. With his inspiration coming from pickers like Jason Davis, Justin Jenkins, and Ron Stewart, he has blended theirs into a style all his own. You would never know he has been playing for only 6 years. He accredits his success and talents to none other than his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. “Without God, I am nothing and I will do my best to share the gospel and sing (pick) his praises everywhere I go.” He got his start in a Bluegrass Gospel group called New Hope. He then joined a gospel group out of Madison County, NC called Middle Cross, in which he is still a member of today. He is excited for the opportunities he has picking with Caroline and the band, and he looks forward to all the bluegrass music he will get to play and enjoy in the future.

Daniel Aldridge

Mandolin - Vocals

Growing up in a musical family of accomplished Bluegrass musicians and music enthusiasts, it was no surprise to anyone when mandolin player extraordinaire, Daniel Aldridge, picked up the "Bluegrass Bug". With roots running deep in family tradition, his Father, Mike Aldridge of the legendary "Bass Mountain Boys", wasted no time in instilling profound, musical wisdom into his heritage of newfound pickers. The heritage which was comprised of his three sons: Brian (of "Wood Family Tradition"), Nathan (of "Russell Moore and lllrd Tyme Out)", and Daniel, as readers might have predicted... of "Caroline & Company". 

Daniel makes his home in Graham, North Carolina, with his wife, Jennifer, and children, Olivia and Wesley James.