(Playing in memory of Miss Dixie Hall at the Country Music Hall Of Fame in Nashville, November 2015)

(Playing in memory of Miss Dixie Hall at the Country Music Hall Of Fame in Nashville, November 2015)

About Tony & Heather Mabe

Tony Mabe Jr. resides with his wife Heather in his hometown of Walnut Cove, North Carolina. He has been playing music since the age of six, when he pecked out his first hymn on the piano with no instruction whatsoever. 
Since that time he's mastered many instruments including the piano, bluegrass and clawhammer style banjo, acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, bass, and trumpet. Over the years he's played with several well known bluegrass bands including, The James King Band, The Jeanette Williams Band, Danny Paisley & The Southern Grass, Bobby Atkins & The Countrymen, and Travers Chandler & Avery County. He has won and placed numerous times at fiddlers conventions with his banjo, including his second place prize at the Allegheny Fiddlers Convention in the clawhammer category in 2010, and third place at the Galax Fiddlers Convention on bluegrass banjo in 2011.
His musicianship is exceptional and first class, his vocals are soulful and pure, and most importantly he is an anointed man of God. He became a born again believer in Jesus Christ in 2012 and began ministering in song and preaching the Word not long after. He is a blessing to the hearts of hearers everywhere he sings, plays, and ministers.



Heather Berry-Mabe, born and raised in Sherando, Virginia at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, grew up playing and singing bluegrass, folk, country, and gospel music. 
Over the years she has recorded several albums including two for Tom T. & the late Miss Dixie Hall's label, Blue Circle Records. She has sang all over the country at many different venues including the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.  A two time IBMA award winner for her work with the Daughters of Bluegrass, and a two time SPBGMA female vocalist of the year nominee, Heather has been gifted with a "mountain clear voice," to quote Miss Dixie Hall. The late Miss Dixie also stated "Tom T. and I have had Heather pegged for some time now as being as awesome as Allison, of the caliber of Emmylou and unassumingly sharing the legendary quality of Maybelle." 
Peter Cooper, Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, and producer, had this to say of Heather: “In the music business, we spend a lot of time talking about purity, beauty, tone, pitch and heart. Then Heather Berry sings and we just shut up and listen.” 
In 2011, Heather gave her heart to the Lord Jesus Christ and shortly after she and Tony felt called into full time ministry. 
"There is no other song now that I can truly sing from the heart, except for those about the difference Jesus Christ has made in me, and of the difference He can make in the hearts and lives of all who will sincerely call on Him and make Him their Lord! He has put a new song in my mouth and made me a new creature in Him! I give Him all the glory! He's such a wonderful loving Father and Savior. He blessed me with all I have and it all belongs to Him." ~ Heather Berry-Mabe