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  1. Crowe began playing the banjo early on and was offered a job with Jimmy Martin's Sunny Mountain Boys in mid 1950s. He cut his first recordings…

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  4. 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…

  5. The longest active professional brother duet in the history of bluegrass and country music and a pioneering first-generation act in bluegrass…

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

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  11. 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…

  12. There are multiple artists called James King:

    1) James King is a US bluegrass singer and guitarist.

    James King was born Sept. 9, 1958, in…

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  14. The Special Consensus, or "Special C", is a four-person acoustic band based in Chicago, Illinois USA. They play primarily bluegrass, including…

  15. Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent are veterans of Bluegrass music having some twenty years experience between the two of them from long tenures…

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  17. 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…

  18. 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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