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The Star
THINGS TO DO: Live music, Beach Blast highlight weekend activityHer music can be found on iTunes and Spotify. You can also find her on Facebook
THINGS TO DO: Live music, Beach Blast highlight weekend activity
The Star / Posted yesterday
Her music can be found on iTunes and Spotify. You can also find her on Facebook. Saturday Youth Jam and Showcase: The Earl Scruggs Center will host the Second Youth Jam and Showcase from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday in the center’s Great Hall. Youth... Read more
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The News-Times
John Jorgenson shares music virtuosity with area audiences next weeka very earthy and authentic setting. I had played bluegrass a lot over the year
John Jorgenson shares music virtuosity with area audiences next week
The News-Times / Posted 2 days ago
a very earthy and authentic setting. I had played bluegrass a lot over the years, most recently with the iconic banjo man Earl Scruggs. After Mr. Scruggs passed away a few years back, I really missed playing and singing in that unique style, so I... Read more
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The Star
Peaceful march scheduled for Saturday in Shelby is poised to spark conversation about unityMatter Cleveland County march will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday at the playground o
Peaceful march scheduled for Saturday in Shelby is poised to spark conversation about unity
The Star / Posted 7 days ago
Matter Cleveland County march will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday at the playground on Chestnut Street in Shelby and end at the Earl Scruggs Center in uptown. Huskey said about 200 people are expected to participate, and she wanted to stress to the... Read more
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The Star
Second Saturday and Salsa among weekend highlightson Tap" on Facebook for more details. Tickets will be available the day of the
Second Saturday and Salsa among weekend highlights
The Star / Posted 15 days ago
on Tap" on Facebook for more details. Tickets will be available the day of the event for $35. Pickin’ on the Square: Earl Scruggs Center will host Pickin’ On The Square from 5 to 8 p.m. Enjoy an evening of live music and activities on the... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Chattanooga band introduces Belgium to bluegrassbanjo. They kept asking where the drums were and the amps." Steele says no one
Chattanooga band introduces Belgium to bluegrass
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 19 days ago
banjo. They kept asking where the drums were and the amps." Steele says no one they talked to had heard of Lester Flatt or Earl Scruggs. "Bluegrass is such an unknown form, it doesn't matter if they hire Slim Pickins or Del McCoury because no one... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Elvis Presley guitarist Scotty Moore dies at 84: reportScotty Moore dies at 84: report Scotty Moore (left) who played guitar for the
Elvis Presley guitarist Scotty Moore dies at 84: report
Manila Bulletin / Posted 24 days ago
Scotty Moore dies at 84: report Scotty Moore (left) who played guitar for the late Elvis Presley and bluegrass music icon Earl Scruggs (ReutersFred Prouser) Scotty Moore, a pioneering rock guitarist best known for backing Elvis Presley as a... Read more
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The News & Observer
The bluegrass legacy of ‘Dr. Ralph’ Stanleyin every banjo player in the place. They’ll copy his style of playing, a variat
The bluegrass legacy of ‘Dr. Ralph’ Stanley
The News & Observer / Posted 26 days ago
in every banjo player in the place. They’ll copy his style of playing, a variation on the most famous style of the late Earl Scruggs. And some will attempt to copy Stanley’s soulful, sometimes achingly sad singing. His rendition of “O Death”... Read more
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New Kerala
Bluegrass music pioneer Ralph Stanley dead - newkerala.com #81179in the late 1940s by singer-mandolinist Bill Monroe and his dissident sidemen,
Bluegrass music pioneer Ralph Stanley dead - newkerala.com #81179
New Kerala / Posted 29 days ago
in the late 1940s by singer-mandolinist Bill Monroe and his dissident sidemen, guitarist Lester Flatt and banjoist Earl Scruggs. Ralph always backed away from the "bluegrass" label, however, choosing to associate his highly personalised... Read more
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NBC News
Bluegrass Giant Ralph Stanley of 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' Fame Diesbanjo called clawhammer in his teens, he told Virginia Living magazine in 2012.
Bluegrass Giant Ralph Stanley of 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' Fame Dies
NBC News / Posted 29 days ago
banjo called clawhammer in his teens, he told Virginia Living magazine in 2012. He started by modeling his style on that of Earl Scruggs, he said, before streamlining and simplifying his playing into a distinctive sound that many imitated but could... Read more
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Variety
Ralph Stanley, Key Pioneer in Bluegrass Music, Dies at 89in the late 1940s by singer-mandolinist Bill Monroe and his dissident sidemen,
Ralph Stanley, Key Pioneer in Bluegrass Music, Dies at 89
Variety / Posted 29 days ago
in the late 1940s by singer-mandolinist Bill Monroe and his dissident sidemen, guitarist Lester Flatt and banjoist Earl Scruggs. The flinty Stanley always backed away from the “bluegrass” label, however, choosing to associate his highly... Read more
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