The Pine Valley Rhythm Jumpers play hillbilly boogie, an exciting combination of traditional country, honky tonk, western swing and gospel.
The Pine Valley Rhythm Jumpers entertain audiences at a variety of venues: rodeos, carnivals, summer festivals, community days, and private parties.
The Pine Valley Rhythm Jumpers concert DVD was filmed in December 2010 at The Mauch Chunk Opera House, Jim Thorpe, PA, with Vince Degiosio, audio engineer. The DVD was produced by [K] Studios Scott Krycia and Sean Tiedeman, known for creating nationally award winning media entertainment.
In the early part of 2011, The Pine Valley Rhythm Jumpers appeared on The Stage, hosted and directed by Sean Tiedeman, a Telly Award winning regional television program airing on Service Electric Cable TV and Blue Ridge Communications.
The Pine Valley Rhythm Jumpers are influenced by traditional country musicians, Al Dexter, Moon Mullican, Lattie Moore, Sleepy LaBeef, Faron Young, Bill Anderson and more. Their hillbilly boogie sound is also very much inspired by bands from outside the U.S. like The Flatfoot Shakers and The Round Up Boys giving their jumping rhythm the momentum from country to early rock'n'roll.