Known for his guitar work as a long-time member of Alison Krauss and Union Station and as the voice of "Man of Constant Sorrow" from the film O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Dan Tyminski is now stepping out to front his own band.
Dynamic on stage, down to earth off stage, Dan Tyminski has the voice, instrumental chops, and charisma to be counted among the most recognizable and popular male vocalists on today’s bluegrass and country music scenes. Yet, his demeanor – low-key and laconically sly – ensures that all the accolades are the product of his own innate gifts.
With Union Station on hiatus for most of 2008, Tyminski has formed a new incarnation of the Dan Tyminski Band, with whom he is currently recording a new album and preparing a national tour of festivals, arts centers, and listening rooms. This new edition includes longtime Union Station associate Barry Bales (bass), former Union Station and Mountain Heart member Adam
Steffey (mandolin), sideman extraordinaire Ron Stewart (banjo, fiddle), and newcomer Justin Moses (fiddle, dobro).
In addition to the many Grammy, Country Music Association (CMA, and International Bluegrass Music Association (IMBA) awards Alison Krauss & Union Station have been showered, Tyminski himself has been named Male Vocalist of the Year by the IBMA three times and was recognized as 2004’s Male Vocalist of the Year by the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America (SPBGMA).
The show is Saturday, March 15 at 8pm at the Brown Theatre. Tickets are $25.
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