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Experience the unique sound of a mandolin guitar duet. The rich blend of string music with the styles of classical, traditional, folk, pop and jazz would add the right touch to you wedding, convention, party or any social function. Rob Haines and Tiger Fitzhugh provide the highest level of musicianship and listening entertainment as the duo, Haines and Fitzhugh.
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Rob Haines played First mandolin for 10 years with the critically acclaimed Nashville Mandolin Ensemble. While performing with the NME Rob appeared on TNN’s Country Music News, PBS production “Tennessee Crossroads” and with the Nashville Symphony Holiday Pops program. The NME released three albums and the last, All the Rage, won best classical album of the year at the Nashville Music Awards.
Besides mandolin Rob also plays steel guitar and dobro and began his career in New Orleans, then moved to Nashville when he began touring with Jeannie C. Riley. Starting in 1990 until 1997 he performed in Opryland’s premier show Country Music USA. Rob also toured with Shania Twain and has worked with many national artists including Vassar Clements, Tom T. Hall, Johnny Lee, Hank Thompson, Lee Greenwood, Brenda Lee, Louise Mandrell, Pam Tillis, Doug Stone, Chely Wright and Lori Morgan.
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William “Tiger” Fitzhugh has performed at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, solo and chamber groups, the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, the Guitar Foundation of America, St. Louis, and the Tennessee Repertory Theater. Tiger has appeared at the Opryland Hotel and Themepark as well as Nashville Now! televised on TNN. Besides the classical musical vein, Tiger has worked with many Nashville artists such as Alan Jackson and Razzy Bailey.
Tiger has an extensive educational background highlighted with Berklee College of Music, Boston Mass. Tiger also attended Blair School of Music, Nashville Tenn. and Austin Peay State University, Clarksville Tenn. As a guitar instructor Tiger taught or is teaching at Belmont University, Nashville Tenn., Cumberland University, Lebanon Tenn., W.O. Smith Community Music School and Volunteer State Community College.
Together Rob Haines and Tiger Fitzhugh have teamed to provide a unique and versatile duet. Experience their musical expertise as the Mandolin and Guitar Duet of Haines and Fitzhugh.
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