1. Buck Graves, also known as “Uncle Josh”, first recorded with Flatt and Scruggs on September 2, 1955. He is generally regarded as the man who introduced the Dobro to bluegrass music, being the first to use Earl Scruggs’ three-finger roll with the Dobro, giving it a new sound and new life. 2. On September
Happy Birthday Carley Arrowood, born September 27, 1996, is a fiddler from Union Mills, North Carolina. Carley is the fiddle player and sings harmony for the husband-wife duo Darin and Brooke Aldridge. She also played in the teen group Most Wanted Bluegrass for almost 4 years. She spent three years with the IBMA Kids On
Happy Birthday Eddie Gill, born September 26, handles most of the distinctive lead vocals and plays the guitar for Big Country Bluegrass~!
Happy Birthday Michael Cleveland (born September 18, 1980) was born in Henryville, Indiana. He first learned to play violin at a local Suzuki program when he was 4 years old. In 1993 he was chosen to be part of the Bluegrass Youth All Stars at the IBMA’s award show. Later that year Mike made his
Happy Birthday Dave Hardy born, September 11, 1955 was a member of Country Gazette for the 1999 album Keep On Pushing. The line-up was Alan Munde (banjo), Dawn Watson (guitar), Steve Garner (bass), and Dave Hardy (vocals). Love Hounds on My Trail was Dawn Watson and Dave Hardy’s first release since they left the legendary
Happy Birthday Mackenzie Wood, September 4, the granddaughter-in-law of A. L. Wood and listener of The Bluegrass Jamboree~!
Happy Birthday Lydia Johnson, September 3, 1997, plays fiddler and manager for The Johnsons Bluegrass Band, a group of sibling musicians all under 24 who love Bluegrass more than most things in the world and are doing their part to help keep it alive and thriving.
Happy Birthday Darrell DeShawn Camp (born August 29, 1966) is an American musician who performs country and Americana music. Camp was raised in Perryville, Arkansas by a musical family. In 1987, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee and worked in the backing bands of such acts as The Grand Priarie Boys, Osborne Brothers, Alan Jackson, Suzy
Happy Birthday Roger Sprung (born August 29, 1930, in New York City) is an American banjo player and teacher best known for introducing authentic bluegrass banjo picking styles to the folk music community in the north and for the eclectic manner in which he has adapted bluegrass banjo techniques to music of other genres. His
Remembering Paul “Moon” Mullins (September 24, 1936 – August 3, 2008) became a country fiddle player and it was as a performer of gospel music and gospel-tinged bluegrass that he became best known. He worked with various bands, including the Stanley Brothers and was with the Boys From. The band appeared at the Grand Ole