In addition to being widely known as the foremost master of the dobro, Jerry Douglas is a recording artist whose output incorporates elements of bluegrass, country, rock, jazz, blues, and Celtic. A 13-time Grammy winner, he is one of the most innovative recording artists in music, both as a solo artist and member of groundbreaking bands including J.D. Crowe & the New South, the Country Gentlemen, Boone Creek, and Strength in Numbers. he has been included on more than 1,500 albums, including those by Garth Brooks, Paul Simon, James Taylor, Elvis Costello, Earl Scruggs, and Ray Charles, as well as the eight-million-plus selling sound track to O Brother, Where Art Thou? and its spinoff live disc, Down from the Mountain. Since 1998 Mr. Douglas has been a member of Alison Krauss and Union Station Featuring Jerry Douglas, touring extensively, co-producing, and playing on a series of platinum albums. He splits his time between Union Station, his ongoing work as co-music director of the popular BBC-TV series Transatlantic Sessions (which teams American roots musicians and singers with their Celtic counterparts), and his work as a solo artist. Mr. Douglas’s latest album, Traveler (eOne Music, 2012), produced by the award-winning Russ Titelman, features guest appearances by notable friends including Paul Simon, Mumford & Sons, and Eric Clapton.