Bronwyn Keith-Hynes is an acclaimed bluegrass fiddler originally from Charlottesville, VA who now makes her home in Nashville, TN. She currently divides her time between touring with Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway and being a session musician in Nashville. In 2021 Bronwyn won the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Fiddler Player of the Year Award. She is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. During her time in Boston she co-founded and toured all over the world with progressive bluegrass band Mile Twelve and won the IBMA New Artist of the Year with them in 2020. Bronwyn has performed and recorded with Molly Tuttle, The Milk Carton Kids, Dailey and Vincent, Sierra Hull, Sarah Jarosz, Tim O’Brien, Chris Eldridge, Peter Rowan, Darol Anger, Tony Trischka, Michael Daves, Vince Herman and more. In this episode, she talks to host Matt Brown about her debut solo album Fiddler's Pastime, those years with Mile Twelve, and her path to bluegrass.