Josh Swift

  • International Bluegrass Music Association's Dobro Player of the Year - 2017
  • Member and Band Leader of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver since 2007
  • Multiple Awards Nominations including two GRAMMY® nominations in 2016 & 2017 for his work with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
  • Owner of Cowbell Fever Studios, a recording studio located in Sparta, Tennessee, where he produces and engineers many nationally and internationally distributed recordings
  • Endorses his own Signature Series Model of Resophonic Guitars, a partnership with Beard Guitars of Hagerstown, Maryland
  • Began his music career as a child performing in gospel music with his parents, before accepting his first professional job in bluegrass music as member of Set Apart and then Carrie Hassler & Hard Rain
  • A faithful promoter of bluegrass music and his hometown of Sparta, Tennessee, while touring as a professional musician across the country



Josh Swift Bluegrass Hall of Fame Certificate

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