fiddler and mandolin player whose early credits include “Jambalaya
(On the Bayou)”, “Wabash Cannonball” and “You Can’t
Make a Heel Toe the Mark” with Wanda Jackson in July 1966.
April 1970, he won Top Bass Player at the Academy of Country & Western
Music Awards. He went on to win
the award again in 1971, 1975, 1976 and 1980.
which he is credited include: Are You Ready for the Country by
Waylon Jennings; Blue to This Day
by Mickey Newbury; Country Keepsakes
by Wanda Jackson; Diamond in the
Rough by Jessi Coulter; The Forgotten Trail by Poco; The Glen Campbell Goodtime Album; Here & Now by David Wood; I Am So Sad & Weary: Jimmie Rodgers Revisited; Jimmy Rabbit & Renegade; Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash by
Michael Nesmith; and, Some Days You
Eat the Bear and Some Days the Bear Eats You by Ian Matthews.
Glen Campbell recordings
Southern Nights (Allen Toussaint)