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Jon Sholle

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Birth name  Jonathan T Sholle
Name  Jon Sholle
Labels  Rounder Records

Years active  1964 – present
Occupation(s)  Musician, producer
Record label  Rounder Records
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Origin  New York City, New York, USA
Instruments  Guitar, banjo, electric guitar, mandolin, mandola, double bass, electric bass, lap steel, resonator guitar, dobro
Role  Instrumentalist · jonsholle.com
Albums  Out of the Frying Pan, Catfish For Supper
Music group  David Grisman Quintet (1984 – 1985)
Genres  Jazz, Rock music, Bluegrass, Country, American folk music revival, Blues
Similar People  David Grisman, Tony Trischka, Mike Marshall, David Nichtern, Tony Rice

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Jon Sholle, born April 2, 1949 in New York City, is an American guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, and musician who plays mainly jazz, bluegrass, rock, country, roots music, and folk music.

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As musician

While he started playing professionally as early as high school, over his 40+ year career, Sholle has worked with such musicians as Vassar Clements, David Grisman, Peter Rowan, Tony Rice, Larry Campbell, Keith Carradine, Allen Ginsberg, Bela Fleck, and Bette Midler. From 1984 to 1986 he was a member of the David Grisman Quintet and was featured on their album Acousticity, which made No. 6 on Billboard's Jazz chart. Sholle has also released two solo albums with Rounder Records, Catfish for Supper and Out of the Frying Pan. He was featured on Andy Statman's 2011 release on the Shefa label, "Old Brooklyn", playing Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Steel), and Lap Steel Guitar.

As producer

Working with screenwriter Ethan Wiley, Sholle composed selections for the soundtrack to the recent movie Jason X and the 2000 short "Bad Assassin". He also compiled and wrote the liner notes for the 1996 Rounder Records compilation Rounder Bluegrass Guitar, as well as producing the two albums he released through Rounder.

On stage and film

Sholle appeared in the 1979 film The Rose as a member of Midler's band, as well appearing on-screen and playing on the soundtrack for the Peter Bogdanovitch-directed Audrey Hepburn movie "They All Laughed," and playing dobro on the soundtrack for Disney's The Rookie, starring Dennis Quaid. He has also appeared in several Broadway shows, including Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and Big River.

Awards and honors

Sholle won both the 1967 and 1968 "World Champion Guitar" at the Union Grove Fiddler's convention [2] in North Carolina.

References

Jon Sholle Wikipedia