The Unfaithful Servants are a group of four individual talents who together create an engaging and memorable musical performance.  Each member brings their own personal experience, musicianship and character to the group. Together they form a cohesive sound and are no longer individuals but Servants to the music they make.

American-born mandolin virtuoso Jesse Cobb is a founding member of critically acclaimed bluegrass group The Infamous String Dusters. Jesse has toured the world, performed many times on the historic stage of The Grand Old Opry, has played on Grammy Award winning albums and has received a Grammy nomination for one of his original compositions. He has recorded and performed with the likes of Bela Fleck, Lee Anne Womack, Dirks Bentley, and Jim Lauderdale among others.

Dylan Stone is a prolific songwriter and guitarist living in Victoria, BC who makes his living performing in bands and as a solo artist.  His varied career in music has seen him perform with on stage with Robert Randolf & The Family Band, open for Keith Urban, trade songs with Alejandro Escovedo, and play songs for Lou Reed.  Dylan has a reputation as both a versatile guitarist and songwriter.

Miriam Sonstenes plays fiddle for beloved Canadian roots trio The Sweet Lowdown, who have won and been nominated for various awards at the Canadian Folk Music Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards, and Vancouver Island Music Awards.  Miriam has studied music under bluegrass fiddle legend Bobby Hicks and has toured with CBC’s Stuart Mclean and the Vinyl Cafe among her other accomplishments.

Finally, on upright bass, is Dennis Seimens.  Dennis is the youngest member of the group yet possibly the most road-worn.  He has toured up, down, and around North America with Canadian favorite Carolyn Mark and collaborated with numerous Canadian folk and country acts in Western Canada.