Designed and created by Virginia based artist and musician Gina Dilg, these stickers pay homage to our folk superheroes that heavily influenced the genre today.
Designs are inspired by 1950s Superhero comics are high quality, weather and UV resistant.
Put them on your instrument case, laptop, water bottle, car, or anywhere!
Trad Music Superheroes
Old-Time musician and luthier Albert Hash of Whitetop, Virginia. 3.5” x 4.5”
Country music icon Kitty Wells, the Queen of Country Music who paved the way for female country singers. Best known for her hit “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels”. 4” x 3.75”
Old-Time fiddle legend Benton Flippen, one of the last surviving members of a generation of performers born in the early 20th century playing in the Round Peak style of Surry County, North Carolina. 4.2” x 3.8”
Joe & Odell Thompson
Cousins Joe & Odell Thompson of North Carolina, who kept alive the black string band tradition that predates the blues and influenced country music and bluegrass. 4.5” x 3.5”
“Mother of Folk” Jean Ritchie. Ritchie was a talented folk singer, songwriter, and Appalachian dulcimer player. 4.5” x 3.5”
The Stanley Brothers
Famed bluegrass duo Ralph and Carter Stanley. The Stanley Brothers’ band “The Clinch Mountain Boys” were most influenced by traditional mountain music and Carter Family harmonies and performed through the 1940s-60s.
Ola Belle Reed
North Carolina born/ Pennsylvania-based folk singer, songwriter, and banjo player Ola Belle Reed. Best known for her songs “High on a Mountain”, “I’ve Endured”, and “Undone in Sorrow”. 4.5” x 3.5”
Show everyone that you are Old Time AF with this one of a kind, quality hand-lettered illustration. 2” x 4”
Kentucky Old-Time singer, banjo player, and guitarist. Holcomb was a prominent Appalachian figure known for his “high, lonesome sound” and was also a talented fiddle and harmonica player.
Piedmont Blues guitarist and singer Etta Baker of North Carolina was incredibly talented. Baker learned guitar from her father at age 3, but was not formally recognized for her talents until much later in her life. Known for her signature “One Dime Blues” and unique playing style.
Known widely as the “Father of Bluegrass”, Bill Monroe was a Kentucky born mandolinist, singer, and songwriter.
Musical legend and steamboat pilot whose work left an enormous mark on Folk, Old-Time, Country, and Bluegrass music. Hartford was an early pioneer of the Newgrass movement.
A Mt. Airy, NC native, Tommy was a notable fiddle player, banjo player, and singer and was influential in forming what is known today as the Round Peak style of clawhammer banjo playing. Glows in the dark!