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  1. Jilson Setters (born James William Day 1861 - May 6, 1942), who was also known under the monikers Blind Bill Day and the "Singin' Fiddler of Lost…

  2. Father and son duo, Andrew and Jim Baxter, were an African-American string band based in Calhoun, Georgia. Andrew's heritage was slightly…

  3. 'The Masked Marvel' was a pseudonym of Charley Patton used by Paramount records as an advertising campaign. They had a contest to guess who…

  4. Led by Bessie Johnson and also featuring Melinda Taylor and Sally Sumler, the Memphis Sanctified Singers recorded several sides for Victor during…

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  6. Frank Cloutier (April 22, 1894 - December 6, 1957) and The Victoria Cafe Orchestra made a 78 RPM record, "Moonshiner’s Dance", September 1927,…

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

  8. Nelstone's Hawaiians, a folk group formed in southern Alabama by steel guitarist Hubert Nelson and guitarist James D. Touchstone, recorded for…

  9. Little to nothing is known about this '20s folk group, though their sharecropping saga "Down on Penny's Farm" (recorded in 1929 for Columbia) was…

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

  11. 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…

  12. Ernest Van "Pop" Stoneman (May 25, 1893 – June 14, 1968) ranked among the prominent recording artists of country music's first commercial decade.…

  13. The Williamson Brothers (Arnold and Ervin Williamson ) were folk musicians based in Logan County, West Virginia, USA active in the 1920s and 30s.…

  14. The Rev. Moses Mason recorded eight songs for Paramount in 1928, including sacred songs ("John the Baptist," "Go Wash in the Beautiful Stream")…

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

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

  17. Ernest Phipps and His Singers would record six sides in 1927 and six more the following year. Apart from his preaching and singing occupations,…

  18. Frank Hutchison (March 20, 1891 – November 9, 1945) was an American early country, blues and Piedmont blues musician and songwriter. Hutchison was…

  19. Gilliam Banmon Grayson (November 11, 1887–August 16, 1930) was an American Old-time fiddle player and singer. Mostly blind from infancy, Grayson is…

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