Siddhesh Joshi (Editor)

Vince Herman

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Name  Vince Herman
Role  Singer

Vince Herman wwwbbproductionstudiocomdnbbarnfall2011IMG
Instruments  Guitar, Mandolin, Washboard, Ficus
Associated acts  Leftover Salmon Great American Taxi
Music group  Leftover Salmon (Since 1989)
Genres  Progressive bluegrass, Jam band
Albums  Leftover Salmon Live, O' Cracker Where Art Thou?, Euphoria, Bridges to Bert, The Nashville Sessions
Similar  Drew Emmitt, Andy Thorn, Bill Payne, Jeff Sipe, Noam Pikelny

Vince herman drew emmitt and andy thorn of leftover salmon on krfc 88 9fm radio

Vince Herman is a guitarist and singer best known for being one of the founding members of Leftover Salmon. Leftover Salmon started in 1989 as somewhat of a melding of the Left Hand String Band and the Salmonheads, and became more and more popular over the sixteen years that followed. The band decided to go their separate ways in 2005, but still play together (billed as Leftover Salmon) on occasion. Since the hiatus, Herman formed a new band named Great American Taxi, who released their debut album in 2007. GAT toured extensively and garnered a following, with hijinx such as joining Peter Rowan on stage, playing a Ficus tree for Moonalice. Often when finishing the first jam of the night he tells the crowd "I feel more like myself than I did before", until the Leftover Salmon tours called Vince away in 2013. Rumor has it you can find him playing in Oregon these days. Great American Taxi is an ever evolving band with the likes of Todd Snider and Tim Carbone taking the stage since Vince's departure.


Vince Herman DW PhotographyDOTC 2010

Vince herman of leftover salmon great american taxi flatpicking on texas tech radio

Vince Herman Vince Herman Interview MTNWEEKLYCOM
Vince Herman Vince Herman Leftover Salmon Bowery Ballroom NYC 105
Vince Herman Vince Herman Grateful Web
Vince Herman Vince Herman Leftover Salmon Orthophonics YouTube
Vince Herman 68353x353xjpg


Vince Herman Wikipedia