Corrina Rose Logston is a fiddler, singer, and multi-instrumentalist specializing in the bluegrass tradition. She has performed with a who’s who in the bluegrass and traditional music realm, including Jesse McReynolds, Jim Lauderdale, Alison Krauss, Peter Rowan, Charlie Louvin, Del McCoury, Melvin Goins, and Bobby Osborne. She has had the honor of studying with giants in the music like Jim Buchanan and Buddy Spicher.
Corrina is a southwestern Illinois native who grew up in a bluegrass family and learned about fiddling both from her parents’ extensive record collection and the rich traditions of local regional fiddlers. In 2008, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee, to attend Belmont University and graduated in 2012 with a double major in Music Business and Artist Production. She placed 1st in the Bluegrass Fiddle category at the Galax Old Fiddlers’ Convention in the same year. In 2014, Corrina helped found the young up-and-coming bluegrass group High Fidelity, and shortly after, the band won the SPBGMA International Band Championship. The group has released several critically-acclaimed albums and was nominated for the IBMA’s New Artist of the Year award in both 2019 and 2020. Since 2016, Corrina has also had the honor of working regularly on the Grand Ole Opry with Jesse McReynolds and the Virginia Boys and traveling with Jesse McReynolds on select tour dates.
As an instructor, Corrina is passionate about bluegrass music history, ear training, and ergonomics. She loves breaking things down into building blocks and getting to the root cause of stagnation and frustration in playing.
Corrina currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee, performing regularly with High Fidelity and with her husband Jeremy Stephens as “The Stephens Brothers,” in addition to work with Jesse McReynolds, freelance performance and studio work, and pursuing her own unique artistry.