March 14, 1931 – November 29, 2004 Remembering Bob Paisley

Remembering Bob Paisley (March 14, 1931 – November 29, 2004) was a bluegrass bandleader born in Ashe County, North Carolina, but raised in southeast Pennsylvania. His parents both played old-time music for fun, and young Paisley soon joined them, learning the harmonica and guitar. Following military service, Paisley settled down near Landenberg to work as

March 6, 1928 – November 11, 1996 HAPPY BIRTHDAY Don Stover

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Don Stover (March 6, 1928 – November 11, 1996) born in White Oak, WV, played banjo and was a songwriter. He wrote, “Things In Life” and worked with The Blue Grass Boys and The Lilly Brothers Doug was an International Bluegrass Music Hall Of Honor Inductee. His obituary- BOSTON – Don Stover: –

December 29, 1982 – Nov 05, 2007 Remembering Trevor Noble

Remembering Trevor Noble (December 29, 1982 – Nov 05, 2007), who was a musician and played in a bluegrass band, The Nobles, Family Group. Noble was the chief pilot and owner-operator of Fly-n-Dollar, based in Nashville. The company conducts sightseeing tours, aerial photography and many other operations.

March 23, 1915, – November 30, 2001 Remembering “Pappy” Sherrill

Remembering Homer “Pappy” Lee Sherrill (March 23, 1915, – November 30, 2001) was an American Old Time and Bluegrass fiddler was born in Sherrills Ford, North Carolina. Pappy received his first fiddle, a tin model from Sears and Roebuck, at the age of seven. His first professional performance was in 1928 at Radio Station WSOC

August 5, 1953 – November 28, 2003 Remembering Frank Edmonsen

Remembering Frank G. Edmonsen (August 5, 1953 – November 28, 2003) was born in Denver, Colorado to Fan and Bill Edmonson. He grew up in Lakewood and Arvada and graduated from Arvada High School in 1971. He soon moved to Gold Hill, Colorado, where he was a founding member of the J. B. Stetson Sweat

January 17, 1920 – November 27, 2000 Remembering Walter Bailes

Remembering Walter Bailes (January 17, 1920 – November 27, 2000) a member of the famous country music group “The Bailes Brothers”, he was a writer of religious and secular songs and wrote most of his group’s music. His best known works included “Dust on the Bible,” and “Give Mother My Crown.” The former was often

September 26, 1936 – November 26, 2010 Remembering Leroy Maxey Drumm

Remembering Leroy Maxey Drumm (September 26, 1936 – November 26, 2010) was born in Algonac, Michigan is an American and a bluegrass/country music songwriter who served in the United States Navy, in the 3rd Division as a sonar man aboard the USS Soley (DD-707), an Allen M. Sumner-class destroyer and deployed to the Mediterranean from

March 18, 1936 – November 25, 2012 Remembering Walter Hensley

Remembering Walter Hensley (March 18, 1936 – November 25, 2012) was one of the finest practitioners of that Baltimore style of bluegrass and some say one of the greatest banjo pickers ever. Indeed, he has been called the “Banjo Baron of Baltimore.” His driving banjo and inventive licks earned him the first solo banjo LP

Nov. 22 Remembering Dan McKinnon

Remembering Dan McKinnon (Jan. 27, 1934 – Nov. 22, 2012) loved adventure, competition, his family, his country and especially the Lord. Dan led a life full of variety and wide ranging experience as a Navy Pilot, radio station owner, government official and airline president. Dan was born in San Bernardino, CA in 1934 to Clinton