Gretchen Wolaver is a multi-talented professional musician, performing as a violinist, mandolinist, guitarist, and singer. As a member of the Annie Moses Band, she made her Carnegie Hall debut in January of 2012.
At the age of four, she began her studies in violin at Vanderbilt University's Blair School of Music. After her family moved to Connecticut, she continued her studies at The School For Strings in Manhattan. At the age of twelve, she began touring the country with her family. She studied Mandolin with Butch Baldassari and enjoys the opportunity to introduce the instrument a new generation of mandolin lovers.
Through the Annie Moses Band, Gretchen has performed in over 1000 hours on PBS. She has also performed on TBN, DayStar, The 700 Club, as well as many other TV networks. With the band, she performs before over 100,000 people a year.