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Randy Ciarlante

Randy Ciarlante
Born Woodstock, New York, United States
Genres Blues rock, roots rock, instrumental rock, jazz fusion, jam rock
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter
Instruments Vocals, drums, percussion
Years active 1970s-present[1]
Associated acts The Band, The Weight, Levon Helm Band
Website www.theweightband.com

Randy Ciarlante is an Woodstock, New York in which he is a primary vocalist, songwriter and drummer, along with Bruce Katz, Jay Collins and Chris Vitarello. Randy Ciarlante has also been a mainstay of the Woodstock NY music scene since 1981 and has played with many of that area's leading musicians over the years.

Contents

  • Discography 1
    • With Eric Anderson 1.1
    • With The Band 1.2
    • With Rick Danko 1.3
    • With Levon Helm 1.4
    • With Jim Weider 1.5
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Discography

With Eric Anderson

  • 1968 More Hits From Tin Can Alley

With The Band

With Rick Danko

With Levon Helm

  • 2000 Souvenir, Vol. 1

With Jim Weider

  • 2000 Big Foot
  • 2003 Remedy
  • 2006 Percolator

References

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