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  1. There are two artists who used the name Dick Justice.

    Dick Justice (born Henry Franklin Justice april 3, 1903, died September 12,1962), was an…

  2. Buster Carter & Preston Young are mostly remembered for "A Lazy Farmer Boy," their version of “The Young Man Who Wouldn’t Hoe Corn”, that…

  3. Bill & Belle Reed made just three recordings, the results of one session for Columbia recorded in 1928 in Johnson City, Tennessee. Despite the lack…

  4. Uncle Dave Macon (David Harrison Macon, October 7, 1870 – March 22, 1952) also known as "The Dixie Dewdrop" was an American old-time banjo player,…

  5. Buell Kazee (August 29, 1900 - August 31, 1976) was an American country and folk singer. He is considered one of the most successful folk…

  6. Coley Jones
    Just a bit more extensively recorded than some of his compatriots on Harry Smith's 1952 folksong collection Anthology of American Folk…

  7. Kelly Harrell (September 13, 1889 - July 9, 1942) was a country music singer in the 1920s. He recorded more than a dozen songs for Okeh and Victor…

  8. The Carolina Tar Heels was an American old time string band. It originally consisted of Dock Walsh (July 23, 1901 – May 28, 1967) on banjo and Gwen…

  9. Bascom Lamar Lunsford (March 21, 1882 - September 4, 1973) was a lawyer, folklorist, and performer of traditional folk and country music from…

  10. Uncle Eck Dunford (Alexander Dunford, Carroll County, Virginia, May 30, 1875 - June 26, 1953)
    was an American early country, fiddler, singer and…

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