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. In 1960 he moved to California, and began recording prolifically at Gold Star Studios or Western Recorders in Hollywood and Buck Owens' studio in Bakersfield and others, as well as recording and performing with his own band Ernie Hagar & The String Dusters (aka The Kingsmen (16). He played club & session dates until 1974, when he joined Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen, replacing Bobby Black for about a year.

In the 1980s worked as a sound technician in Reno, Nevada, then moved into production and in 2000 started his own label, Ambiance Records.

Born February 13, 1938, in Ottawa, Ontario; died April 10, 2006, at his home in Caldwell, Idaho. ,
In Groups:Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen, The Kingsmen (16)
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