Dan Dugmore

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Dan Dugmore
Dan Dugmore 2005.jpg
Dugmore in 2005
Background information
Born ca. 1949[1]
Origin Pasadena, California[2]
Genres Country music, country rock
Occupations Session musician
Instruments Pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar, Dobro, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin
Years active 1970s-present
Associated acts Sneaky Pete Kleinow, Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor

Daniel "Dan" Dugmore is an American session musician known primarily for playing steel guitar.

Dugmore was raised in Pasadena, California. Influenced by the Flying Burrito Brothers, he learned to play steel guitar after Flying Burrito Brothers member Sneaky Pete Kleinow sold him one. Dugmore then joined John Stewart's road band, and then Linda Ronstadt's; he also played for several James Taylor albums.[3] In the 1990s, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he began playing steel guitar on country music albums. He self-released a Beatles cover album in 2003 titled Off White Album.[4]

Dugmore also plays Dobro, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo and mandolin.[5]

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