Louie Setzer And The Appalachian Mountain Boys Louie Setzer, a premier bluegrass vocalist, has been performing traditional bluegrass music for well over 30 years. Louie's unique vocal styling, heavily influenced by first-generation bluegrass masters Jimmy Martin and Mac Wiseman, breathes new life into old tunes. That sets him apart from the rest. With his band, The Appalachian Mountain Boys, Louie combines traditional bluegrass and country music with a sound all their own. Blending driving banjo, country fiddle, Monroe-style mandolin, and walking bass, The Appalachian Mountain Boys' sound can best be described as Hard-Driving Honky Tonk. Fondly remembered for his long-running shows at the Big Tent in the Poconos, Louie recorded with Revonah Records and was a primary founder and first president of the Appalachian Fiddle and Bluegrass Association (A.F.B.A.). Louie is back sounding better than ever.