Rebekah Workman has been fascinated with music since she was very young. Growing up she learned to love and appreciate bluegrass music, due to the fact that her mom and dad constantly listened to it. She got a violin for Christmas when she was 8 years old. Rebekah practiced hard and began to enter contests with just 2 years of playing experience. Rebekah won the Utah State fiddle championship in her division 3 times and placed 15th in the National Old Time Fiddlers Contest in Weiser, Idaho in her division as well. Despite success in competition, she longed to play music by ear rather than learn to just play an arrangement the same way again and again. Rebekah began learning the art of improvisation from involvement in the Utah Old Time Fiddlers and expanded her improv skills by playing in a number of different bands throughout her high school years. While playing at a jam session in 2010 she met Jake Workman, whom she later married. Rebekah and Jake perform together regularly, one of the groups being the Kansas-based Bluegrass band, Driven.
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