Dan Tyminski

Dan Tyminski is a highly respected American bluegrass musician, singer, and songwriter, best known for his extraordinary talent as a vocalist, guitarist, and mandolin player.  Dan has been captivating audiences with his soulful voice and exceptional musicianship for over three decades.

He rose to fame as a member of the legendary bluegrass band, Alison Krauss and Union Station. With the band, Dan has contributed to numerous award-winning albums and has become an integral part of the modern bluegrass movement. In addition to his work with Union Station, Dan gained international recognition for his haunting rendition of “Man of Constant Sorrow” in the Coen Brothers’ film, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, where he lent his vocals to George Clooney’s character, Ulysses Everett McGill.

Dan formed the Dan Tyminski Band in the early 2000s, and since then, they have released several albums and toured extensively.  They are known for their traditional bluegrass sound infused with modern elements. Dan’s vocals are strong and soulful, and he is backed by a talented group of musicians who bring a lot of energy and skill to their performances.

One of the band’s standout albums is “Wheels,” released in 2008. It features a mix of original songs and covers, including a fantastic rendition of the classic song “Who Showed Who.” The album showcases the band’s ability to blend traditional bluegrass with elements of rock and country, resulting in a sound that is both modern and timeless.  Overall, the Dan Tyminski Band is a must-see for bluegrass fans and anyone who appreciates great musicianship and soulful vocals. They are a talented group of musicians who know how to put on a show, and their music is sure to leave a lasting impression.

On his recent project, God Fearing Heathen, Dan said that he used his Gallagher G-70 on the title track: “and it shines.”

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