Tammy Rogers Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2021
Live at the Hall • 6m 22s
Tammy Rogers—multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and founding member of the Grammy award-winning bluegrass group the SteelDrivers—shares live songs as bonus tracks for her 2021 “Live at the Hall” episode with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
On mandolin, she shares her composition “A Little Gasoline,” which became a hit for Terri Clark (and appeared on Clark's 2000 album, “Fearless”). On fiddle, Rogers performs “Gloryland,” a bluegrass gospel song written and recorded by Ralph Stanley.
For her full “Live at the Hall” episode, Tammy Rogers sat down with the Museum's Peter Cooper to talk about her career and perform some other live songs.
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