|Gabe Gagnon||Guitar and Vocals|
|Joyce Gagnon||Mandolin and Vocals<|
|Ron Jubenville||Banjo and Vocals|
|Bernie Caron||Mandolin, Violin and Vocals|
|Jared Lozon||Upright Bass|
Taking their name from the main street of their hamlet, Winterline plays a selection of old and new favorites. The group does everything from the Beatles to Bill Monroe, from Miranda Lambert to Rhonda Vincent, so they have something for the young and the old.
In 2012, Winterline was voted “Most Promising Group” of the year. Winterline was also nominated for "Best Vocal Group". Winterlines' Ken Robichaud was nominated for "Dobro Player of the Year".
In 2013 the band was nominated in 8 categories at the CCBA's. Out of those 8 nominations Joyce Gagnon won the award for "Female Vocalist" & Ken Robichaud won 2 awards, "Dobro Player" of the year and "Entertainer" of the year.
In 2014 Winterline was nominated once again in 7 categories at the CCBA’s.7 nominations Winterline won Vocal group of the year; overall group, Bernie Caron - Mandolin player, Joyce Gagnon – Female Vocalist, Ken Robichaud - Dobro Player and Entertainer of the Year
In 2015 at the CCBA’s Winterline won the awards for both "Overall" and "Instrumental" group. Ron Jubenville won the award for "Banjo player of the year", Bernie Caron for "Mandolin player of the year", Joyce Gagnon for "female vocalist of the year" and Kenny Robichaud again won the award for "Dobro player" and "Entertainer" of the year.
In 2016 at the CCBA's Winterline won awards for
-Banjo Player (Ron Jubenville) - Dobro Player (Ken Robichaud) - Female Vocalist (Joyce Gagnon) - Instrumental Group - Vocal Group - Overall Group