Randy Kohrs life and biography

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Randy Kohrs biography

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Date of death : -
Birthplace : Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Nationality : American
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 2011-02-16
Credited as : Bluegrass and country singer, Quicksand 2010, Grand Ole Opry

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Randy Kohrs was introduced to stringed instruments in Iowa at 8 years old when his uncle pulled out a guitar. He has been performing professionally and steadily since he was 13. He moved to Nashville in 1995 and toured with the group Continental Divide in 1998 and appeared on the band's album Feel Good Day.

In 2002, Kohrs toured the world with Dolly Parton in her band the Blueniques. He also played Dobro on Dierks Bentley's first hit, "What Was I Thinkin'," and has appeared on more than 300 studio recordings. In addition, he has been nominated as Dobro player of the year by the IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association).

His fifth solo acoustic CD, Quicksand, released January 2010 on Rural Rhythm records, has received enthusiastic reviews and airplay on mainstream country, Americana, and bluegrass radio stations worldwide. Multiple appearances on the Grand Ole Opry, a number one voted video on CMT Pure Country, and even an appearance on the Rachael Ray Show, in which he showed off his recording studio and “cool kitchen,” has solidified Randy Kohrs as one of the upcoming, multi-faceted forces in the Nashville music scene.

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