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Aubrey Haynie

Born in 1974, Aubrey Haynie has wasted no time in establishing himself as one of the most talented fiddle and mandolin players in contemporary country music. Haynie has been one of the most sought after session players in Nashville, having appeared on releases by George Jones, Porter Wagoner, Trisha Yearwood, and Bryan White among others, and with tours in the bands of Aaron Tippin and Clint Black padding his resumé, as well. Comfortable in a variety of traditional musical genres, from bluegrass and country to more swing and jazz-oriented styles, Haynie has drawn comparisons to swing and bluegrass fiddler Chubby Wise, who served as something of a mentor to Haynie in his youth, and accolades from Ricky Skaggs, who contributed vocals on Haynie's debut. 1997's Doin' My Time -- an excellent mix of traditionals, covers, and original instrumentals mixed with the occasional vocal track -- was well-received in the bluegrass community and netted Haynie a nomination from the International Bluegrass Music Association for Instrumental Album of the Year. The similarly impressive A Man Must Carry On followed in the spring of 2000 and only added to Haynie's growing reputation.
Matt Fink, Rovi

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