b. Beecher Ray Kirby, 26 Dec 1911, near Gatlinburg, Sevier State, Tennessee, USA, d. 17 Oct 2002, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. The Kirbys had been a musical family members with all 10 siblings playing some device, though not appropriately. Kirby learned electric guitar and banjo but proved helpful in mills and on a plantation before finding are a guitarist within an Illinois membership. After hearing a dobro, he also learned that device. In 1939, he joined up with Roy Acuff’s Smoky Hill Boys, starting a link that lasted to Acuff’s loss of life in 1992. Kirby’s dobro became a unique feature from the Acuff audio and he became referred to as among the device’s finest exponents. He was also an excellent tranquility vocalist. Kirby figured in the humor routines which were section of Acuff’s present and, putting on his bib and brace overalls and playing a banjo for his single areas, he became referred to as Bashful Brother Oswald and an excellent favourite from the Grand Ole Opry viewers. He performed on a lot of Acuff’s recordings but documented in his very own befitting Starday in 1962 as well as for Rounder Information in the 70s, including two great albums with fellow Acuff music group member Charlie Collins. He was also among the superstars selected to play for the Nitty Gritty Dirt Music group’s famous Can The Circle End up being Unbroken task in 1972. Kirby was produced a solo person in the Grand Ole Opry in 1995.