Tammy Rogers is a classically trained violinist who grew up in a house with bluegrass-loving parents. After graduating from SMU on a full scholarship, she was recruited into Patty Loveless's band, and later, drew raves in Trisha Yearwood's band.

She's supported several major musicians including Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris, Randy Travis, Maria McKee, Rosie Flores and Kieran Kane. When Kieran formed Dead Reckoning with Kevin Welch and others, Tammy was eager to become a part of that kind of art and joined in. This lead to her putting out three CDs on the label, In the Red, Tammy Rogers and The Speed of Love as well as participating in the A Night of Reckoning tour and CD. She writes most of her own songs, and sings and performs in a variety of musical genres.

In the studio, she's recorded with Peter Case, Iris Dement, Neil Diamond, Radney Foster, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Wynonna, Jim Lauderdale, Danni Leigh, Buddy and Julie Miller, Randy Scruggs, and wrote Terri Clark's hit "A Little Gasoline."

 
The Speed of Love A Night of Reckoning Tammy Rogers In the Red

The Speed of Love
1999

A Night of Reckoning
with The Dead Reckoners
1997

Tammy Rogers
1996

In the Red
with Don Heffington
1995