Here you will find information on Cindy's solo release "Slide Show", as well as a listing of artists she has recorded with.
For more information, click through the list of names to your right to view each CD.
Produced by Cindy Cashdollar & Billy Lee Myers Jr., this is a bountiful roots blend of songwriting and sounds. The Carper Family (Melissa Carper, Beth Chrisman, &Jenn Miori) are joined by featured guests Cindy Cashdollar, Bill Kirchen, Brennen Leigh,Emily Gimble, and Lisa Pankratz.
Texas roots & blues, with multi-faceted songwriter and blues maestro Johnny Nicholas at the helm. With special guest Jimmy Vaughan, and featuring Cindy Cashdollar, John Chipman, Bruce Hughes and Scrappy Jud Newcomb. Top single picks from USA Today & The House Of Blues Radio Hour, this CD is a must have for those who like the "real deal".
Master guitarist Jake Langley put together "The Bordertown Bootleggers" to play and pay tribute to the natural blend of jazz and western swing. Showcasing both original and cover instrumentals, the band is Jake Langley,Floyd Domino,Cindy Cashdollar, Danny Levin, Rob Kazanel & Kevin Smith; with special guests Ray Benson, Rick McRae, & Joel Guzman.
I'm thrilled to be part of this tribute to one of my favorite Dobro players. It was produced by Jerry Douglas, and we all had a great time honoring our dear pal Tut and his wonderful music.
Roots music legend Geoff Muldaur called and everyone came to join him: Stephen Bruton, Johnny Nicholas, Cindy Cashdollar, Suzy Thompson, Bruce Hughes and special guest Jim Kweskin, jugband music man extraordinaire. Reflecting the golden era of traditional American music, the Austin "Texas Sheiks" sessions turned into a unique and moving event. Irresistible and obscure pieces of classic blues, string band, Texas swing and jump blues repertoire, sung and played with masterful expertise, great authority and captivating joy. Tracks include: The World Is Going Wrong, Poor Boy, Hard Time Killin' Floor, Under The Chicken Tree, Yellow Dog Blues, Sweet To Mama and 8 other great tunes.
"The Texas Sheiks' record is Traditional American Music of extremely high caliber. I think of it as modernist classical music." - T-Bone Burnett.