Eicher reaches Hall of Fame


1978 Wauseon High School graduate Shelby Eicher will be inducted into the National Fiddler Hall of Fame at a ceremony Sept. 27 in Tulsa, Okla. Eicher is a master fiddler, composer, teacher, and recording artist who got his start with the Fulton County Sand Shifters, a band that included his grandmother. Eicher was a member of country legend Roy Clark’s band for 15 years and recorded five albums with the band, and appeared multiple times on “The Tonight Show.” He is a member of the Tulsa Playboys and Sycamore Swing, a western swing band. Eicher also teaches fiddle, mandolin, and guitar.

1978 Wauseon High School graduate Shelby Eicher will be inducted into the National Fiddler Hall of Fame at a ceremony Sept. 27 in Tulsa, Okla. Eicher is a master fiddler, composer, teacher, and recording artist who got his start with the Fulton County Sand Shifters, a band that included his grandmother. Eicher was a member of country legend Roy Clark’s band for 15 years and recorded five albums with the band, and appeared multiple times on “The Tonight Show.” He is a member of the Tulsa Playboys and Sycamore Swing, a western swing band. Eicher also teaches fiddle, mandolin, and guitar.


1978 Wauseon High School graduate Shelby Eicher will be inducted into the National Fiddler Hall of Fame at a ceremony Sept. 27 in Tulsa, Okla. Eicher is a master fiddler, composer, teacher, and recording artist who got his start with the Fulton County Sand Shifters, a band that included his grandmother. Eicher was a member of country legend Roy Clark’s band for 15 years and recorded five albums with the band, and appeared multiple times on “The Tonight Show.” He is a member of the Tulsa Playboys and Sycamore Swing, a western swing band. Eicher also teaches fiddle, mandolin, and guitar.

1978 Wauseon High School graduate Shelby Eicher will be inducted into the National Fiddler Hall of Fame at a ceremony Sept. 27 in Tulsa, Okla. Eicher is a master fiddler, composer, teacher, and recording artist who got his start with the Fulton County Sand Shifters, a band that included his grandmother. Eicher was a member of country legend Roy Clark’s band for 15 years and recorded five albums with the band, and appeared multiple times on “The Tonight Show.” He is a member of the Tulsa Playboys and Sycamore Swing, a western swing band. Eicher also teaches fiddle, mandolin, and guitar.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2019/08/web1_eicher.jpg1978 Wauseon High School graduate Shelby Eicher will be inducted into the National Fiddler Hall of Fame at a ceremony Sept. 27 in Tulsa, Okla. Eicher is a master fiddler, composer, teacher, and recording artist who got his start with the Fulton County Sand Shifters, a band that included his grandmother. Eicher was a member of country legend Roy Clark’s band for 15 years and recorded five albums with the band, and appeared multiple times on “The Tonight Show.” He is a member of the Tulsa Playboys and Sycamore Swing, a western swing band. Eicher also teaches fiddle, mandolin, and guitar.