This article needs additional citations for verification. (May 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
Myrick was born in Jayton, Texas. His debut came in 1964, when he played on the #1 country hit "Once a Day" by Connie Smith. She would call Myrick "the guy who was responsible for creating the Connie Smith sound."
He was also a member of the group of session musicians in the Nashville, Tennessee-based group The Nashville A-Team. They backed many singers, Eddy Arnold, Jim Reeves, Bob Dylan, Moon Mullican, and Jerry Lee Lewis, to name a few.
Area Code 615 discography
- Area Code 615, 1969
- Trip in the Country, 1970
Discography as a session player
- Browns Sing the Big Ones from Country, The Browns, 1967
- Make Mine Country, Charley Pride, 1968
- Come from the Shadows, Joan Baez, 1972
- Home Free, Dan Fogelberg, 1972
- Jesus Was a Capricorn, Kris Kristofferson, 1972
- Linda Ronstadt, Linda Ronstadt, 1972
- Dennis Linde, Dennis Linde, 1973
- Drift Away, Dobie Gray, 1973
- Tom Jans, Tom Jans, 1974
- Superpickers, Chet Atkins, 1974
- Breakaway, Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge , 1974
- Tattoo, David Allan Coe, 1977
- From a Radio Engine to the Photon Wing, Michael Nesmith, 1977
- Family Album, David Allan Coe, 1978
- Three on the Trail, Riders in the Sky, 1979
- The Champ, Moe Bandy, 1980
- Feel the Fire, Reba McEntire, 1980
- The Baron, Johnny Cash, 1981
- Heart to Heart, Reba McEntire, 1981
- One of a Kind, Moe Bandy, 1982
- Unlimited, Reba McEntire, 1982
- Bobbie Sue, The Oak Ridge Boys, 1982
- #8, J.J.Cale, 1983
- Somebody's Gonna Love You, Lee Greenwood, 1983
- Behind the Scene, Reba McEntire, 1983
- Just a Little Love, Reba McEntire, 1984
- Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind, George Strait, 1984
- Have I Got a Deal for You, Reba McEntire, 1985
- Just a Woman, Loretta Lynn, 1985
- Paper Roses, Marie Osmond, 1973
- In My Little Corner of the World, Marie Osmond, 1974
- Who's Sorry Now, Marie Osmond, 1975
- Whoever's in New England, Reba McEntire, 1986
- Who Was That Stranger, Loretta Lynn, 1988
- At This Moment, Neal McCoy, 1990
- Here in the Real World, Alan Jackson, 1990
- Greatest Hits, Vol. 3, Ronnie Milsap, 1991
- You've Got to Stand for Something, Aaron Tippin, 1991
- A Lot About Livin' (And a Little 'bout Love), Alan Jackson, 1992
- In This Life, Collin Raye, 1992
- Delta Dreamland, Deborah Allen, 1993
- Honky Tonk Angels, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, and Tammy Wynette, 1993
- If Only My Heart Had a Voice, Kenny Rogers, 1993
- Weldon Myrick Obituary The Tennessean accessdate July 22, 2018
- Vinson, Christina (June 3, 2014). "Steel Guitarist Weldon Myrick Dies at 76". Taste of Country. Retrieved May 3, 2017.
- Whitburn, Joel (2006). Joel Whitburn Presents the Billboard Albums, 6th edition. Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin: Record Research Inc. ISBN 0-89820-166-7.
- Weisberger, Jon (June 2, 2005). "Bobby Thompson, 1937-2005". Nashville Scene. Retrieved May 3, 2017.
- Cooper, Peter (June 3, 2014). "Famed steel player Weldon Myrick dies at 76". The Tennessean. Retrieved May 3, 2017.
- Morris, Edward (June 3, 2014). "Noted Musician Weldon Myrick Dead at 76". CMT.com. Retrieved May 3, 2017.
|This article about a United States guitarist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|