Randy Ciarlante is an American musician who frequently played with The Band. He joined The Band in 1990, singing harmony and playing drums. He played and sang on their albums from the 1990s, including Jericho, High on the Hog and Jubilation. After the Band dissolved, he joined the Jim Weider Band from 1998 to 2006 and continues to play occasionally with Weider's Percolator band. In 2006, he joined the Organiks, a band based in Woodstock, New York, in which he is a primary vocalist, songwriter and drummer, along with Bruce Katz, Jay Collins and Chris Vitarello. Randy Ciarlante has also been a mainstay of the Woodstock music scene since 1981 and has played with many of that area's leading musicians over the years.
|Born||Woodstock, New York, United States|
|Genres||Blues rock, roots rock, instrumental rock, jazz fusion, jam rock|
|Instruments||Vocals, drums, percussion|
|Associated acts||The Band, the Levon Helm Band, Mad Conductor|
With Eric AndersenEdit
- 1968 More Hits from Tin Can Alley
With The BandEdit
- 1993 Jericho
- 1993 The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (tribute to Bob Dylan)
- 1995 Let It Rock (tribute to Ronnie Hawkins)
- 1996 Not Fade Away (Remembering Buddy Holly)
- 1996 High on the Hog
- 1998 Jubilation
- 1999 Tangled Up in Blues
- 1999 The Best of The Band, Vol. II
With Rick DankoEdit
With Levon HelmEdit
- 2000 Souvenir, Vol. 1
With Jim WeiderEdit
- 2000 Big Foot
- 2003 Remedy
- 2006 Percolator
With Mad ConductorEdit
- 2010 Central America
- 2015 Space Rock Steady
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- Pareles, Jon (2 April 1994). "Review/Pop; From the Band, the Name and Sometimes the Sound". The New York Times. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
- Terlesky, John (9 January 2003). "Jim Weider finds a remedy to cope with Band's legacy". The Morning Call. Retrieved 6 October 2012.