Andy Hall & Roosevelt Collier | Let the Steel Play

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Let the Steel Play

by Andy Hall & Roosevelt Collier

Sacred Steel meets Bluegrass Dobro in this instrumental collaboration from two slide Masters
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. This Little Light of Mine
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2. A Maiden's Prayer
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3. Singing Steel
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4. Crazy Fingers
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5. Rosebud
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6. Reuben's Train
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7. Remington
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8. The Darkest Hour
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9. Power in the Blood
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10. Colfax Boogie
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Andy Hall- Based in Denver Colorado, Andy Hall plays resophonic guitar, guitar and sings lead, tenor and baritone. He graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA with a degree in Music Production and Engineering. Andy is a current and founding member of the bluegrass super group The Infamous Stringdusters, and has shared the stage with many performers including Dolly Parton, Ryan Adams, and Phil Lesh.
In 2007 Andy won three IBMA awards with The Infamous Stringdusters (Best Album, Emerging Artist and Song of the Year) for their debut effort, Fork In The Road.

Roosevelt Collier-Soft-spoken by nature, South Florida-bred Roosevelt Collier does his hollering on the pedal steel guitar. Brought up in the "sacred steel" tradition of the House of God Church, Roosevelt built his reputation alongside his uncles and cousins in The Lee Boys, known for their spirited, soul-shaking live performances. Seated front and center, "The Dr." leaves an indelible mark on listeners, flooring audiences with his lightning-fast slide work on the pedal steel. At festivals, he is a regular "Artist at Large," performing alongside many of music's most prestigious acts, from the Allman Brothers, to Los Lobos to the Del McCoury Band. No matter what the context, when Roosevelt takes the stage the ear-to-ear grins can't help but be contagious.

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