Strolling Strings take the stage in Branson


The Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings traveled to Branson earlier this month to open for Presley’s Country Jubilee and the The Haygoods.

The Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings group traveled to Branson earlier in June to open for Presley’s Country Jubilee and The Haygoods 

Prior to the show, the students had a chance to have an impromptu fiddle jam with violinist Mark Pearman — a seasoned performer who toured with Roy Clark and Mel Tillis before joining the Presley’s. 

According to a press release from the Strolling Strings, the highlight of the weekend was opening for The Haygoods. Some of the students had graduated days prior, so the performance acted as a send-off. 

This year is the 30th anniversary of the Lindbergh Strolling Strings. The group has performed for audiences all over the St. Louis area since 1992.  In the past, the group has traveled to New York City; Nashville, Tennessee; Louisville, Kentucky; Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, and Washington DC. In July 2017, the group made a 4,000-mile trip to Scotland to perform with the Stirling Bridge International Youth Arts Festival at multiple venues across Scotland.