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  5. The David Grisman Quartet is the primary musical vehicle for mandolinist David Grisman. Founded in 1975, the band has featured the talents of well…

  6. Terry Baucom on banjo, Ricky Skaggs on mandolin, Wes Golding on guitar, Steve Bryant on bass and Jerry Douglas on dobro. 70's bluegrass before…

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  8. Lester Raymond Flatt (June 19, 1914 - May 11, 1979) was one of the pioneers of bluegrass music.

    Flatt was born in Jackson County, Tennessee to…

  9. The Bluegrass Cardinals came together in Los Angeles in 1974 when banjoist Don Parmley and mandolinist Randy Graham teamed up with Parmley's…

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

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  13. Vassar Clements was a world class fiddler, originally from Florida, who got a break playing with Bill Monroe. He claims to have not owned a fiddle…

  14. The word “legend” gets used too often these days, but when it comes to James Dee “J. D.”Crowe, no other will do. His pioneering work with Jimmy…

  15. Tony Rice, J.D. Crowe, Todd Philips, Bobby Hicks and Jerry Douglas.

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  17. The Tony Rice Unit is the ever-changing lineup of musicians working with the virtuoso flatpicker, Tony Rice. Some of the big-name musicians who…

  18. Bill Keith ( William Bradford Keith, December 20, 1939 – October 23, 2015) was a five-string banjoist who made a significant contribution to the…

  19. Muleskinner was an American bluegrass band, consisting of Clarence White (guitar, vocals), Peter Rowan (guitar/vocals), Bill Keith (banjo), Richard…

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