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Andy Hall Nominated for Grammy

We're proud to announce that ArtistWorks dobro instructor, Andy Hall, has been nominated for a Grammy along with his musical group, The Stringdusters.

The Stringdusters received the Best Bluegrass Album nomination for their record: Laws of Gravity. Andy wrote a blog about the process of making Laws of Gravity here.

Andy Hall graduated from the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA with a degree in Music Production and Engineering. While originally an electric guitarist, Andy was immediately drawn to the unique and interesting sound of the resonator guitar when he first heard one almost 20 years ago. He has since gone on to play dobro in the studio and on stage with Dolly Parton, Earl Scruggs, Emmylou Harris, Lee Greenwood, Zack Brown, Charlie Daniels, Rodney Crowell and many others.

 

Andy is a founding member of the acclaimed bluegrass band, The Infamous Stringdusters, who in 2007 won 3 IBMA awards for their debut album, Fork In The Road. In additon to recording with the Infamous Stringdusters, Andy has released several albums of his own including: Aquafier (2010), The Sound Of The Slide Guitar (2007), and Redwing (2004).

 

Andy is one of our 22 Grammy nominated instructors! Though this isn't Andy's first Grammy nomination, it is still a tremendous honor. You can purchase Andy's album here.

 

Learn to play the Dobro from Andy Hall by signing up for lessons! Andy gives personalized one on one feedback to help you achieve your musical goals.

 

Read more about Dobro and Andy Hall:

 

The Making of an Album: Andy Hall

 

Andy Hall: Sweet Home Chicago

 

11 Great Books About Blues

 

How to Play Guitar for Beginners

 

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