Hall, Andy


  • From Binghamton, New York. Lives now in Nashville.
  • One of the top Dobro™ players in bluegrass music.
  • Early musical career, was a member of several New England bands: the Bag Boys, the Too High String Band, Boston City Limits.
  • A graduate of the Berklee School of Music in Boston. It was there that he met Chris Eldridge and Chris Pandolfi (who later joined him in the Infamous Stringdusters).
  • Moved to Nashville, arriving on September 10, 2001, the day before the terrorist attacks. First break was landing a job with Harley Allen.
  • 2003, joined Ronnie Bowman’s band with Wyatt Rice (guitar) and Jesse Cobb (mandolin).
  • 2004-5, toured and recorded with Dolly Parton, Earl Scruggs Charlie Daniels, Ronnie Bowman, Moody Bluegrass, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Alecia Nugent and his own band Short Life of Trouble.
  • 1994, released Redwing album (no label).
  • 2005, was a founding member of the Infamous Stringdusters.
  • 2007, released Sound of the Slide Guitar album (Sugar Hill).