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Live At The Hall: David Grier
During the program, filmed in front of the Country Hall of Fame and Museum’s exhibit The Station Inn: Bluegrass Beacon, David Grier talks about his career in music and shares recent performances recorded live at the Station Inn.
David Grier is a bluegrass flatpick guitarist, heavily influenced by other flatpickers including Clarence White, Tony Rice and Doc Watson. After moving to Nashville in the mid-1980s, Grier played with the Country Gazette and Doug Dillard. Grier later formed the Big Dogs, with Andrea Zonn and Tony Trischka. Grier began recording albums with Rounder Records, including Freewheeling, Climbing the Walls, Lone Soldier, and Panorama, helping him earn International Bluegrass Music Association’s guitar player of the year in 1992, 1993 and 1995. Grier was a member of the contemporary bluegrass band, Psychograss, and later began his own record label, Dreadnought Recordings. In 2017, Grier started bluegrass supergroup the Helen Highwater String Band, with Shad Cobb, Mike Compton and Missy Rains.
He released his most recent album, Ways of the World, in 2019. Grier regularly performs at the internationally renowned bluegrass venue the Station Inn. During the program, filmed in front of the Country Hall of Fame and Museum’s exhibit The Station Inn: Bluegrass Beacon, Grier talks about his career in music and shares recent performances recorded live at the Station Inn.
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Live at the Hall is underwritten in part by the Ford Motor Company Fund. All Museum programs are funded in part by grants from the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission and Tennessee Arts Commission.
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