Posts Tagged ‘Cindy Cashdollar’

LIVE: Cindy Cashdollar & the Lustre Kings @ The Hangar, 11/28/15

Friday, December 11th, 2015


Photographs by Jon Flanders

Steel guitar virtuoso and Woodstock native Cindy Cashdollar returned to the Local 518 last month for a rip-snortin’ concert with Mark Gamsjager & the Lustre Kings at The Hangar in Troy.

Sparks were flying and hot licks were traded as Cashdollar dueled with the Lustre Kings’ own steel guitar master Kevin Maul.



LIVE: Lake George Blues & Roots Festival @ Wood Park, 8/2/15 (Day Two)

Thursday, August 13th, 2015
Albert Lee and Cindy Cashdollar

Albert Lee and Cindy Cashdollar

Photographs by Andrzej Pilarczyk, Cheri Bordelon

Sponsored by the Lake George Arts Project, the inaugural Lake George Blues & Roots Festival took over Wood Park recently, showcasing a stellar line-up of local (guitarslinger Joe Lowry and his band, the Kevin Maul-led Mississippi Hot Dogs) regional (Mulebone, Atlas Gray) and international (the pairing of British guitar hero Albert Lee and steel guitar great and Woodstock native Cindy Cashdollar) talent.

LIVE: Lake George Blues & Roots Festival @ Wood Park, 8/1/15 (Day One)


LIVE: Sonny Landreth & Cindy Cashdollar @ The Egg, 1/31/14

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014
Cindy Cashdollar and Sonny Landreth (photo by Ed Conway)

Cindy Cashdollar and Sonny Landreth (photo by Ed Conway)

Review and photographs by Ed Conway
Additional photographs by Andrzej Pilarczyk

It was a marriage made in heaven, at least for those of us who love the slide in all its forms. The king of the slide guitar meets the queen of the dobro, with no other accompaniment.

Sonny Landreth, from the Lafayette, Louisiana area, has played with a veritable who’s-who of rock and blues guitarists – from Mark Knopfler to Eric Johnson – who appear throughout several of his albums. His command of the slide guitar is like no other. Using a series of guitars, tuned to different keys, he can play both complex melodies and rhythms. This is done while achieving different sounds by picking both ahead of and behind his left hand, which is alternating between perfectly pitched slide positions and using the other fingers as well as any blues guitarist.

Cindy Cashdollar, originally from a little south of here in Woodstock, has played with her own share of luminaries, including Levon Helm and Bob Dylan. Along the way, she has earned five Grammy Awards.


Parade of Shoes: Cindy Cashdollar

Thursday, August 20th, 2009


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