About Luther’s Mountain
Luther’s Mountain plays bluegrass, gospel, and old time favorites. The band members are from the west Atlanta area around Dallas, Rockmart, and Douglasville. Ron, Randy and Ben have known each other for many years as they were members of the same church. They started practicing together in March 2007 and formed a band that is now known as Luther’s Mountain. Bill joined in 2015.
Mandolin, Fiddle, vocals
Bill Lindsey is a retired Air Traffic Controller residing in Douglasville, Ga. He began playing guitar and banjo in 1974 and has always loved Bluegrass and Gospel music. After retirement he discovered the mandolin and became a member of the Bluegrass Gospel band “The Dixie Sounds”. After filling in with Luther’s Mountain on several occasions, he became a full time member in 2015. His baritone vocal harmony and exciting style on the mandolin/fiddle are a welcomed addition.
Ron was born in California, and raised in Savannah, Georgia. Ron played lead guitar in rock ‘n roll bands in high school and college. Then came many years working and raising children with occasional times spent playing music for family. Ron began playing music more actively in 2005 with a focus on Bluegrass. Ron’s musical inspirations are Alison Krauss, Bill Monroe, John Hartford, and Earl Scruggs. Ron also plays with Randy in their R&R duo group.
Randy was born and raised in California. He joined the United States Army at the age of 18 and, met and married his wife while stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. Randy start learning how to play the guitar after he received his first guitar as a Christmas gift while stationed in Germany, and has continued striving to learn how to be a better guitarist ever since. He has two grown children, both of which are working hard and attending school. He enjoys many genres of music, but became a fan of Bluegrass when he began practicing with Ron and Ben, who he met at church. Randy also plays with Ron in their R&R duo group.
Ben can keep a beat and enjoys playing the bass. He enjoys spending time with his family and is involved with his church. His musical inspirations are his Dad (Dave Miner), Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and John Paul Jones. Ben got a new stand up bass for Father’s Day in 2008 and is thrilled.
I will praise the LORD according to his righteousness:
and will sing praise to the name of the LORD most high. Psalm 7:17