Blinnhill Productions

Recording Studio ~ Sound Re-enforcement ~ Musicians 

“Gelina and Pike’s Mainly Grass” performs bluegrass music with a hint of down-home old-time country music. Banjo, Mandolin, Guitar, Bass, Mandocello, and sometimes Dobro. Wide variety of vocals from three of the four band members.

Gordon Pike - Gordon started his music career at the age of eleven as the drummer for his father’s band called “The Pike Brothers”. He was fortunate enough to grow up in a musical family, which consisted of his father, Earl Pike, his late sister Earlene Pike and his late Uncle Fred Pike. While performing with The Pike Brothers, he had the opportunity to share the stage with various artists such as Hank Williams Jr., Lester Flatt, Mac Wiseman, Sonny and Bobby Osborne, Don Reno, Bill Harrell, Charlie Waller and The Country Gentlemen, Dick Curless, Yodlin’ Slim Clark, and Sonny James. Gordon has also made several recordings on Rebel Recording Label with his late sister, Earlene Pike as a drummer and several studio recordings with several other artists.
Presently Gordon has become an accomplished guitar, mandolin and banjo instrumentalist and performs with his wife Gail Pike and his childhood friend Lois Savage Gelina and her husband and good friend of his, Brian Gelina in ‘Gelina and Pike’s Mainly Grass”.
Gordon gives credit for his music ability to his father, Earl Pike, Brian Mason, Charlie Patterson and Bob French.



Gail Pike - Gail starting singing and performing at an early age with her mother and learned harmony from her as well. She also enjoyed participating in church choir and school chorus. At age 6, Gail performed on the Uncle Gus Show and sang Yellow Bird. Her cousin, Doug Jordan, taught her how to play guitar while in Junior High School. At the age of 21, Gail sang with various country groups such as Whistle Stop and The Dalton Gang and made appearances on Stacey’s Jamboree in Bangor, Maine. After a few years she decided to start a family and shortly thereafter she attended some bluegrass festivals and enjoyed the music very much. Years later, Bob and Grace French asked her to join their group and she performed with them for about three years. Currently Gail sings lead and harmony vocals along with rhythm guitar in “Gelina and Pike’s mainly Grass”.




Brian Gelina - Brian has been playing the guitar since the early age of 8. He started performing with such acts as “Dale Bennett and The Freight Liners” when he had reached the age of 16. Brian’s love for music continues to lead him into a lifetime music career of both country and bluegrass. He currently performs in two bands - “Gelina and Pike’s Mainly Grass” in bluegrass and “The Cliff Randall Band” in country, periodically working with other acts in the state as well.
Over the past 30 years he has performed with many New England country and bluegrass groups. Such country acts as The Mainly Country Band (DECMA and NACMAI vocal group of the year, End of The Line (five-time award winning band of the year-NH), Nuthin Fancy (country band from Mass), Jiminez and The Lazy J Playboys, Dixie-Train-NH, Norm and The Storm-Maine, Louden Country Music Show on Channel 9 in NH and WABI-TV Channel 5 in Bangor. He has performed with such bluegrass acts as Traditional Heights, Al Hawkes, Stan Tyminski, Bob and Grace French, Breakin’ Strings, and Phat Grass.
Brian’s unique guitar pickin’ style was also featured on the Official Ricky Craven auto racing song titled “Cravin’ Racin” as well as many other recordings by various artists in the region. He continues to expand his variety of style from guitar, mandolin, dobro and vocal talents. He has had the honor to receive numerous vocal and instrumentalist awards.



Lois Gelina - Bass/Lead, tenor - Born in Virginia and grew up in Connecticut and Maine, Lois now makes her home in the Gardiner, Maine area. She has been around Bluegrass and Country music since her childhood and a major influence was her father, Jim Savage, who helped pass down the family tradition of strong lead and harmony vocals. Another vocal influence was a friend (and her female vocal idol), the late Earlene Pike from The Pike Family Band. Lois started out playing in a family band known as "Blinnhill Travelers", and went on to form a band called "Blinnhill Bluegrass". In 1983 Lois joined Stan and Dan Tyminski in a well-known Vermont based band known as "Green Mountain Bluegrass" which toured throughout the Northeast. Around 1998 Lois and her husband Brian decided to form their own bluegrass band “Traditional Heights”, which included Brian Mason and Ed (Bub) Cooper.