A versatile and talented musician, Randy Elmore began his professional career at age twenty, traveling the United States, Spain, and Germany with the legendary country music singer Red Steagall and the Coleman County Cowboys.
Mr. Elmore is currently a studio musician and does freelance work performing at concerts, shows, and private parties. He has recorded over one-hundred-fifty projects for other artists and has seven recording projects of his own. His sought-after talent takes him all across the country, performing shows solo and with his band.
Randy has worked for top name artists such as Reba McEntire, George Strait, Mel Tillis, Ray Price, and Asleep at the Wheel, among many others. He has been given some prestigious awards recently, such as “Instrumentalist of the Year” at the Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium in Ruidoso, New Mexico, inducted into the Western Swing Hall of Fame in Sacramento, California, and inducted into the Texas Fiddlers Hall of Fame in Halletsville, Texas. In addition, Randy has won “Texas State Fiddle Champion” six times, “World Champion” twice, and was voted “Favorite Fiddler of the Year” at the first Texas Oldtime Fiddler Association Conference.
He has taught at music camps in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, New Mexico, California, and Oregon, with many greats as Johnny Gimble and Mark O’Connor. In 2002, Randy was privileged to perform for the U.S. Embassy in Uruguay, South America.