You might say that Yogi really gets
wrapped up in his work. Yogi Baird launched his musical talents at the age
of ten, when he began playing in the school orchestra. It was known
immediately by those around him that Yogi Baird was destined for greatness.
1978, Yogi moved to Houston, Texas where he began practicing the art of
Hatha Yoga. Yogi's disciplined training includes no less than three to six
hours of yoga and stretching daily. Combining master yoga techniques with
his phenomenal fiddle talent, Yogi became "The Worlds Only Fiddle Playing
Contortionist". The unique ability of this twisted combination first gained
national attention in 1983 with Yogi's first television appearance on ABC's
hit show "That's Incredible". The same year, Yogi Baird's picture hit the
front page of newspapers worldwide, with an article in National Enquirer.
Since then, Yogi had appeared on major television shows worldwide.
Yogi recently performed on the "Crook
& Chase show on ABC and Viva Variety" on Comedy Central. He has toured
Chile, Mexico, Singapore, Europe, Japan.
In spring of 1998, Yogi released his
third album, a single and a video from the album entitled "Fiddle Rock".
From the humble beginnings of this
Texas schoolboy to the internationally acclaimed television movie and
concert performer, Yogi's rise to fame did not come without hard work,
dedication and discipline. Discipline that takes to be a respected
professional entertainer known around the world.