Fiddler Tammy Rogers was born in Tennessee in 1966 and raised in Irving, TX. As an adolescent, she was taught classical music but also performed regularly with her family at bluegrass festivals. After graduating college, she joined Patty Loveless' backing band, which she followed with ... more
Tammy Rogers is a classically trained violinist who grew up in a house with bluegrass-loving parents. After graduating from SMU on a full scholarship, she was recruited into Patty Loveless’s band, and later, drew raves in Trisha Yearwood’s band. She writes most of her own songs, and sings and performs in a variety of musical genres. In the studio, she’s recorded with Peter Case, Iris Dement, Neil Diamond, Radney Foster, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Wynonna, Jim Lauderdale, Danni Leigh, Buddy and Julie Miller, Randy Scruggs, and wrote Terri Clark’s hit "A Little Gasoline."