January 1 Happy New Years Day Can you pick a favorite “Auld Lang Syne” ?
Remembering Jerry Sullivan was born, (November 22, 1933 – May, 31, 2014) of the famous traditional bluegrass Gospel group, the Sullivan Family A native of Wagarville, in rural southern Alabama, born on November 22, 1933, Gerald ‘Jerry’ Sullivan was attracted to Gospel music from childhood. He developed a liking for blues and rockabilly music also.
Remembering Jim Eanes (December 6, 1923 – November 21, 1995) was an American bluegrass and country music singer and guitarist of Sephardic Jewish heritage. He learned to play the guitar at an early age despite an injury to his left hand. He had his first musical training as a rhythm guitarist in his father’s string
Osborne Brothers recorded “Rocky Top”, November 16, 1967
Goodbye September! “Wake Me Up When September Ends” – Bluegrass Tribute to Green Day – Pickin’ On Series Try to Remember, The Brothers Four
Remembering Joe Stuart (February 7, 1928 – September 13, 1997) a versatile bluegrass musician, who worked as Bass Fiddler for Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and their Foggy Mountain Boys. Along the way, he worked with about all the GOOD bands and finally landed a job with Bill Monroe as a Blue Grass Boy on