Chet in the 1990s

Chet recorded 69 songs and won 6 Grammys in the 1990s.

Chet recorded 4 feature duet albums “Neck In Neck” with Mark Knopfler, “Sneakin’ Around” with Jerry Reed, “Simpatico” with Suzy Bogguss, and “The Day Finger Pickers Took Over The World” with Tommy Emmanuel. He also recording 3 tunes with Martin Taylor on Martin’s album “Portraits”.

His collaborative efforts won 3 Grammys:

  • Best Country Instrumental Performance for So Soft, Your Goodbye with Mark Knopfler on the album “Neck And Neck”
  • Best Country Vocal Collaboration for Poor Boy Blues with Mark Knopfler on the album “Neck And Neck”
  • Best Country Instrumental Performance for Sneakin’ Around with Jerry Reed on the album “Sneakin’ Around”

He also recorded 2 solo albums – “Read My Licks” and “Almost Alone” – which won  2 more Grammys:

  • Best Country Instrumental Performance for Young Thing on the album “Read My Licks”
  • Best Country Instrumental Performance for Jam Man on the album “Almost Alone”

Chet’s 6th Grammy was for being one of the musicians on Asleep At The Wheel’s recording of Red Wing, which won Best Country Instrumental Performance.

 

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