Press/Reviews

Bluegrass Standard

The Wimberley siblings took to music at a very early age by listening to vintage country and bluegrass, listening to the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band repeatedly as wee ones. "The first thing that made us consider playing bluegrass was their first Will the Circle Be Unbroken album"...See More” - Stephen Pitalo

Bluegrass Standard

Old Towne Orange Plaza Review

The family that plays together stays together.   That saying certainly describes the Wimberley Bluegrass Band, made up of four siblings—Danielle, 23, James and Mark, 22, and Michael, 19.  A rising talent on the music scene, they’re building a career that started with Christmas gifts.   “We begged our parents for instruments, and we ended up getting a banjo, mandolin and a guitar,” recalls Michael.  “We already had a violin, so we started playing together.”   That was 2006. See more...” - Andrew Jordan

Old Towne Orange Plaza Review

Bluegrass Today

The Wimberley Bluegrass Band is a group of four siblings from Orange County, California who play and sing bluegrass music. While all are still young, they are already experienced performers, having worked festivals and shows all over their state and the southwestern US.  See more...” - John Lawless

Bluegrass Today

Orange County Register

Life is full of infinite possibilities and choices, but for better or worse, we enter the world with at least one thing predetermined for us: our family members. Those innate bonds have an especially powerful meaning for one Chapman graduate, Michael Wimberley, who last week graduated alongside his three siblings. His family isn’t the only thing drawing attention to Wimberley’s graduation, however. At 17, Wimberley received his bachelor of arts in strategic and corporate communications, with a political science minor – making him the youngest graduate in Chapman’s history.See more...” - Jonathan Winslow

Orange County Register (May 23, 2016)

Orange County Register

The Wimberley family is about to pull off something that’s not just truly astounding but also, in theory, mathematically impossible. See more...” - David Whiting

Orange County Register (May 19, 2016)

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