|Born||1958 (age 59–60)|
|Associated acts||Merle Haggard|
Redd Volkaert (born 1958) was a successor to Roy Nichols in Merle Haggard's backing band, and is "among the country’s top Telecaster guitar slingers." Volkaert won a 2009 Grammy for Best Country Instrumental Performance.
While best known as a Fender Telecaster player, with a personal collection that includes a 1953 Fender Telecaster, a 1951 Fender Nocaster, a 1958 Fender Esquire and a 1950s-style Hahn Telecaster. Volkaert has lent his name to guitars made by other companies, including Asher.
|2008||Redd Volkaert - Reddhead||Telehog|
|2006||Redd Volkaert - Teletwang (DVD)||Hal Leonard Corporation|
|2004||Redd Volkaert - For The Ladies||HighTone Records|
|2002||26 Days On The Road, as one of The Twangbangers||Shout! Factory|
|2001||No Stranger To A Tele||HighTone Records|
- Seeing Redd Archived 2006-08-06 at the Wayback Machine. at Fender USA
- Geddie, Tom (April 2012). "Ready to show off his country pluck" (PDF). Buddy-The Original Texas Magazine. 34 (9). p. 13. Retrieved 2014-11-09.
- "Redd Volkaert Signature Model". 2013. Retrieved 2014-11-09.
- "The Continental Club Austin". Archived from the original on 2014-10-21. Retrieved 2014-11-09.
- Bailey, Kyle (July 23, 2013). "Expert Guitarist Redd Volkaert Still Innovating After 40 Years". The Austinot. Retrieved 2014-11-09.
- Official website
- Guitarist Redd Volkaert Talks About Telecasters, Austin and Chihuahuas
- Artist Picture Blog Redd Volkaert – Ace Guitarist from Austin
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