Nashville String Machine, The

The Nashville String Machine

Also known as Amazing Nashville String Players, The, Carl Gorodetzky And The Nashville String Machine, Nashville String Machine, Nashville String Machine, The, Nashville String Machines, Nasville String Machine, The Nashville String Machine
Members of Nashville String Machine, The: Alan Umstead, Anthony Lamarchina, Bob Mason, Bruce Christenson, Carl Gorodetzky, Carole Rabinowitz, Carolyn Bailey, Cate Myer, Cathy Umstead, Charles Everett, Christian Teal, Connie Ellisor, Craig Nelson, David Angell, David Davidson, Dede Jacobs, Dennis Molchan, Elisabeth Small, Gary Vanosdale, George Binkley, Gerald Greer, Jack Jezioro, Janet Askey, Jennifer Kummer, Jim Grosjean, Joann Cruthirds, John Borg, John Catchings, Julie Tanner, Karen Winkelmann, Kristin Wilkinson, Lee Larrison, Lennie Haight, Liz Stewart (3), Lynn Peithman, Mark Tanner (2), Marvin Chantry, Mary Alice Hoepfinger, Mary Kathryn Vanosdale, Monisa Angell, Pam Sixfin, Pam VanOsdale, Rebecca Lynch, Roy Christensen, Samuel Terranova, Stephanie Woolf, Ted Madsen, Virginia Christensen, Walter Schwede
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Formed in 1981 by studio violinist and concertmaster [a=Carl Gorodetzky]. The Nashville String Machine is a musical collective comprised of session musicians and has a core group of about 15-20 musicians but can increase to include many players. Being a musical collective, the group is always in flux, however four other original members remain in the core group: Carol Gorodetzky, violin; [a=Pam Sixfin], violin; [a=Gary Vanosdale], viola; and [a=Craig Nelson], arco bass. In addition to playing violin,Carl acts as the contractor for the group and his wife, Carol, handles booking and administrative tasks. The Nashville String Machine does mostly studio work, usually for country and Christian artists, but has also done music videos and television specials. When in the studio, the String Machine is recorded live as a group instead of on individual tracks, resulting in a larger, more natural, sound.

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