Aubrey Haynie

Genres: Country & Bluegrass
Tags: bluegrass fiddle florida traditional bluegrass under 2000 listeners Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1990s 2000s
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27 March 1974, Tampa, Florida, USA. A gifted player of violin and mandolin, Haynie’s style is based upon traditional bluegrass music but is impregnated with contemporary influences. He began musical studies at the age of nine and in his early teens played with the Bluegrass Parlor Band. Inspired by bluegrass fiddlers Chubby Wise and Kenny Baker, as well as country violin virtuoso Rommy Jackson and jazz violinist Joe Venuti, he made his first steps toward the big-time in 1991, taking a job in Barbara Mandrell’s backing band. Although he has built an interesting career as a solo performer, Haynie is best known as a valued and much sought-after session musician in Nashville. In this role he has appeared on numerous albums, recording with artists such as Clint Black, George Jones, Martina McBride, Eddie Rabbitt, Gene Watson, Bryan White, Porter Wagoner and Trisha Yearwood. The high regard of other artists is evident from the presence as guests on his albums...

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