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Cindy Cashdollar


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Cindy Cashdollar is a master steel guitar and Dobro artist. She grew up in Woodstock, New York where she perfected her skills by playing with bluegrass musician John Herald, blues musician Paul Butterfield, and Levon Helm and Rick Danko of The Band.[1]

Cashdollar received five Grammy awards while playing for eight years with Asleep at the Wheel and has also backed such noted performers as Bob Dylan, Leon Redbone and more recently Ryan Adams as a credited member of his backing band The Cardinals. She authored a series of instructional videos on her instruments and released her first solo album, Slide Show, in 2004. Cashdollar currently makes guest appearances on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion, conducts workshops nationwide and plays in a number of musical venues around Austin, Texas.

In 2006, she toured with Van Morrison promoting his country and western album, Pay the Devil. She also appeared with him at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, on September 15, 2006 and on the television show Austin City Limits featuring Van Morrison that was shown in November, 2006


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  • mattcalico

    Cindy, oh Cindy

    30 May 2012 Reply
  • MuseAmaze

    Ms. Cindy is an amazingly talented, and generous musician. I am an aspiring dobro player, so am reluctant to note any criticism. But as music is so much about feelings -- well, the dobro/resonator guitar is so very expressive in the acoustic mode I am not enthusiastic about electrification. Call me old fashioned (I don't mind) but I don't go for electrified banjos, or sitars for that matter. I think that treatment violates the true nature and purpose of those instruments. Anyway, it's terrific that there IS such a variety of music available via the web, especially sites like "" How an individual develops and grows affinities for certain kinds of music is fascinating. Siblings raised in the same household develop very different musical likes and dislikes. Might have something to do with past life experiences mixed with the experiential associations - happy times as a toddler, traumatic events, first love, etc. Anybody have suggestions for books that deal with this subject?

    1 Sep 2008 Reply

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