lang, Anastasia Barzee, Rosanne Cash and Ayọ, among others. Rise was produced by Larry Campbell and came out April 24th on Rock Ridge Music. Woodstock ‘94 Saugerties, New York 14 August 1994. He also appears on the Outlaw Country band Whitey Morgan and the 78's recorded at Levon Helm's studio in December 2009 and January 2010, and Last Bird Home by Chris Castle, also recorded at Levon's studio in 2011. Larry Campbell (born February 21, 1955, New York City) is an American multi-instrumentalist, who plays many stringed instruments (including guitar, mandolin, pedal steel guitar, slide guitar, and violin) in genres including country, folk, blues, and rock.He is perhaps most widely known for his time as part of Bob Dylan's Never Ending Tour band from 1997 to 2004. He is a cherished and prolific sideman whose dozens of credits include being the music director for the Levon Helm Band and a member Bob Dylan 's … He moves freely between rock, blues, country, folk and Celtic, playing guitar, fiddle, mandolin, pedal steel, cittern, dobro and banjo. On September 18, 2008, at the 7th Annual Americana Music Association Honors and Awards Show, Campbell was presented with The Lifetime Achievement ~ Instrumentalist Award. $9.99. [1], In 1982, Campbell performed in the orchestra for Alaska – The Musical, playing fiddle, acoustic and electric guitar, pedal steel and banjo. Watch . Scintillating 2nd String Licks - Pedal Steel Video Lesson. 3 Weepy 5 Chord Licks Using Bar Slants Or LKV - Video Lesson. Together Again - Tom Brumley. Through his association with Dylan's bass player Tony Garnier, Larry joined the band, replacing John Jackson as a guitarist, and expanded the role to multi-instrumentalist, playing instruments such as cittern, violin/fiddle, pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar, mandolin, banjo, and slide guitar. He moves freely between rock, blues, country, folk and Celtic, playing guitar, fiddle, mandolin, pedal steel, cittern, dobro and banjo. I think this video is from early 2000's as it has Larry Campbell and Charlie Sexton - around the time of Love and Theft. The album features Roger Street Friedman on lead and background vocals and acoustic guitar; Larry Campbell on acoustic and electric guitars, lap and pedal steel, fiddle, baritone guitar, mandolin and cittern; Jim Toscano on drums and percussion; Matthew Schneider on bass; Jason Crosby on piano, … Campbell is credited with playing banjo, fiddle, and pedal steel on The Black Crowes 2009 album Before the Frost...Until the Freeze. Notes. The group secured a long club engagement in Mississippi, where Campbell remained for more than a year before returning to New York. In addition, he played pedal steel guitar, banjo, fiddle and guitar for the entire run of The Will Rogers Follies, which opened on Broadway in New York City on May 1, 1991. He is perhaps most widely known f… read more He is a cherished and prolific sideman whose dozens of credits include being the music director for the Levon Helm Band and a member Bob Dylan 's … While visiting Woodstock, he encountered folk musicians Happy & Artie Traum, who would become friends as well as mentors; he played with their Woodstock Mountain Revue. Learn how and when to remove this template message, Love for Levon: A Benefit to Save the Barn, The Blues, the Whole Blues, and Nothing But the Blues, "Americana songwriter, Womacks play Edinboro, Erie gigs", "Larry Campbell, Teresa Williams & Scott Sharrard To Fill-In For Little Feat's Paul Barrere", "Paul Barrere: July 3, 1948 - October 26, 2019", "Larry Campbell: Rock N Rolls Right Hand Man", "Coronavirus: Musician Larry Campbell tests positive; played with Bob Dylan, Levon Helm", "Veteran Rock Guitarist Larry Campbell on Battling Coronavirus: 'This Thing Has Been a Beast. 16 Larry Campbell (pedal steel guitar). Campbell also has extensive experience as a studio musician and producer. [citation needed], Since Campbell's departure from Dylan's band, he has continued to make guest appearances with various artists and live acts including Peter Wolf, Elvis Costello, Emmylou Harris, Rosanne Cash, Furthur, and Phil and Friends. Working collectively, they embellish the melodious character of Opsvik's accessible tunes with nuance and restraint. 350 talking about this. Campbell had learned fiddle and pedal steel by this time, as well as mandolin and banjo. Review from BobLinks. Larry Campbell (guitar, mandolin, pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar) Tony Garnier (bass) David Kemper (drums & percussion) All Along The Watchtower. Biography Larry Campbell is a multi-Grammy-winning multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, producer, and film and television composer. Produced & Arranged by Larry Campbell Engineered and Mixed by Justin Guip at Milan Hill Studio, Milan NY Beginning in the late 1970s, Campbell was also a member of The Woodstock Mountains Revue, a unique folk group that featured Artie & Happy Traum, Pat Alger, Jim Rooney, Bill Keith, John Herald, Eric Andersen and John Sebastian. Lifetime achievement award for Larry Campbell. 5 new songs (29%) compared to previous concert. [10] Subsequent reports indicate he recovered from the illness.[11]. lang, Anastasia Barzee, Rosanne Cash and Ayọ, among others. Featured New … has not been performed by Bob Dylan! Through his association with Dylan's bass player Tony Garnier, Larry joined the band, replacing John Jackson as a guitarist, and expanded the role to multi-instrumentalist, playing cittern, violin/fiddle, pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar, mandolin, banjo, and slide guitar. [7], Campbell is married to singer Teresa Williams. studio version recorded November 6, 1967. King, Willie Nelson, Eric Andersen, Buddy and Julie Miller, Kinky Friedman, Little Feat, Hot Tuna, Cyndi Lauper, k.d. He has also produced albums for many artists, including The Dixie Hummingbirds, Marie Knight, David Bromberg, The Stray Birds, The Steep Canyon Rangers, Marley’s Ghost, Hot Tuna, Tara Nevins and Jorma Kaukonen. In 1986, Campbell was asked to play pedal steel for a concert at New York's Bottom Line club featuring a singer and actress from Tennessee named Teresa Williams. He is perhaps most widely known for his time as part of Bob Dylan's Never-Ending Tour band from 1997 to 2004 and as bandleader/producer for Levon Helm from 2005 to 2012.