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  3. With a warm tone to his voice and the traditional Bluegrass sound, Red Allen forged a career that spanned decades. From his traditional bluegrass…

  4. When Folkways sought in 1960 to return banjo man Ashley to the public eye, he brought along his neighbor Watson, a blind, flat-picking guitarist…

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  6. It took a North Carolina concert for PBS's Great Performances series to get bluegrass legends Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson, and Ricky Skaggs…

  7. After working with J.D.Crowe & The New South, Skaggs & Rice recorded this album of acoustic masterpieces. Skaggs used a borrowed mandolin while…

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  10. The Watson Family is the title of a recording by American folk music artist Doc Watson and The Watson Family, originally released in 1963.
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  11. ricky skaggs got his feet wet with bill monroe. started playing mandolin when he was 5 and singing since he could talk. alot of info about him can…

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  14. Whether it's a Gerswhin chestnut, a Jimmie Rodgers blues or something torn from the contemporary pop songbook, part of Doc Watson's particular…

  15. The New Lost City Ramblers were a contemporary old-time string band that formed in New York City in 1958 during the Folk Revival. The founding…

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  17. The Osborne Brothers are a bluegrass band known for their musical innovation and close harmony singing. Robert "Bobby" Osborne was born…

  18. This band is one you have to see live to fully appreciate. More rantings than a talk show - but incredibly powerful,musically.

  19. Ralph Stanley is a banjo player, singer, and songwriter from Dickenson County, Virginia. He has been in the music business for over 55 years, has…

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