Pedal steel guitarist Ernie Hagar (1938-2006) was originally from Ontario, Canada and appeared on various CBC radio and TV shows as a kid, before moving to California in the early 1960s, where he made a name for himself on the blossoming West Coast country scene. Hagar cut this album for the western-oriented budget label Sage Records, backed by ...
Ernie Hagar. Canadian steel guitar player, long time resident of the USA. By age 15 he was playing in the band on The Cammie Howard show on CBC, and also recording with Howard for London Records.
Ernie Hagar is a self-taught master who not only amazed his mentor, Speedy West, decades ago but also delighted Hank Penny when I played him Ernie's 'Steel Guitar Odyssey' album in 1987 in my music room, here in the South of France ; Hank, who played with more top drawer steelers than anybody else, told me that Ernie was in the same class as ...
Sadly, Ernie Hagar passed away Monday, April 10, 2006, at his home in Caldwell, Idaho. May he rest in peace. Ernie Hagar (far left) and Walt Rogers (far right), pictured with Bobby Austin (third from right) at The Corral Club in Seaside, California, in 1969. Photo courtesy of Walt Rogers.
Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen were an American country rock band founded in 1967.  The group's leader and co-founder was pianist and vocalist George Frayne IV, alias Commander Cody (born July 19, 1944, in Boise, Idaho; died September 26, 2021, in Saratoga Springs, New York ). 
- 1967–1976 as Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, 1977–2021 as Commander Cody
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