|Genres:||Country & Bluegrass|
|Tags:||bluegrass country folk americana alt-country|
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20 June 1967, Rutland, Vermont, USA. The multi-talented Tyminski is a mandolin player, guitarist, singer-songwriter, and producer/engineer, and has played a leading role in the modernisation of bluegrass music. Born and raised in rural Vermont, Tyminski was exposed to bluegrass and old time country music as a youngster, and by his mid-teens was playing banjo in his older brother Stans Green Mountain Bluegrass band. In 1988, he graduated to the Lonesome River Band, switching to the mandolin and playing and singing on pioneering modern bluegrass releases such as 1991s Carrying The Tradition and 1994s Old Country Town. Tyminski played with Alison Krauss band Union Station in 1992 and was suitably inspired to join as a full-time member two years later. During his time with Union Station Tyminski has also worked as an engineer and producer, and performed guest vocals with a wide range of artists including Dolly Parton, Vince Gill, and Randy...