For booking or more information about the band, contact:
Joe Cronick:  715-966-6463

Upcoming Shows
May 25: Sweetwater Spirtis & Resort
June 2: Musc in the Park 
June 30: Willow Springs Gardens
July 12: Little Stock
July 13: Bluegrass on the Black
July 26: Milaca Rec Fest, MN
Aug 4: Fish Stock
Aug 10: Log Jam Festival
Aug 20: Central Wisc. State Fair
Aug 23-24: Bluegrass in The Pines
Aug 30-Sept 1: Jack Pine
Sept 7:  Rock Island
Sept 14-15: Silver Creek
Sept 28: Beef-a-Rama

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Live @ Nicolet, 2011
Sweet Virginia, 2009
Do What You Gotta Do, 2006
Shenandoah BreakdownBill Monroe
She Said I Do, Joe Cronick
Five Finger DiscountJoe Cronick
That's What I Call Home, Tuck Pence
Bridge on the Brey Road, Eric Albany
Drunkin FiddlerDaniel Weiss
Do You Know What Its Like To Be True, Joe Cronick
"It was a special treat to hear and see your band… I loved your show. You guys are smooth and your vocals are wonderful, and straight from the heart."  

Chris Falkner, Jefferson County Bluegrass Band

"A delightful offering of down-home bluegrass that is guaranteed to please and delight anyone who enjoys precise picking and harmonious vocals." 

Bluegrass Unlimited

"Hand-Picked presented a stellar performance that rivaled some of the greats of bluegrass we have seen in the past... We especially enjoyed the original composition, “She Said I Do.”

Pardeeville Liberator – review by 
Ken Ebsen

"I might have featured this beautiful old Bill Monroe number several years ago, but I’m all turned on about it again after hearing a new beautiful version by Hand-Picked Bluegrass on their “Do What You Gotta Do” CD. It features solid three-part vocals….”

Jerry Barney, Inside Bluegrass – Off The Top Of My Head

“Sweet Virginia” is a fine offering of contemporary bluegrass highlighted by vibrant vocals and creative instrumentation. Hopefully, there will be many future projects from Hand-Picked Bluegrass."

Bluegrass Unlimited

"What I tell customers at my book and music store is that Alison Krauss would have no cause for shame if she released this CD, and I’ll stand by that. By this I don’t mean to say that Sue Cronick sounds at all like Alison—she doesn’t. But she’s a warm-spirited lead vocalist who imbues as much country as bluegrass into her performances, and the band members complement her ever so nicely. There’s plenty of fine musicianship on Do What You Gotta Do... These are fine contemporary players entirely at home with one another… making them a band to watch for at bluegrass festivals."

Madison Folk Society Newsletter - All Strung Up by Greg Linder

Ready for the Times to Get Better, Allen Reynolds
I'm So Lonely I Could CryHank Williams
Kisses No Longer TrueDave Ziler
Long GoneDon Reno
Be Here With YouJoe Cronick
IBMA Jam with Micheal Clevland
Never Been So Lonesome
Lonesome Moonshine Man, 2016
Lonesome Moonshine ManJoe Cronick
You Can't Outrun The Wind, Joe Cronick
Why Do You Treat Me So UnkindJoe Cronick
Last Message GoodbyeJoe Cronick
Hand Picked Bluegrass Band, 2019
Beyond LonesomeJoe and Sue Cronick
Tolkien Creek, Joe and Sue Cronick
The LetterJoe and Sue Cronick
Oh Tell Me WhyJoe and Sue Cronick