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Byrd Moore

A drifter and itinerant musician, Byrd Moore was created (as William B. Moore) in 1899 in Blackwater, VA, although nothing at all about Moore’s lifestyle is certain aside from the music he produced. A passable guitarist and vocalist, he drifted through Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee the majority of his lifestyle, making money being a barber when he wasn’t playing music. He documented countless edges in the 1920s and 1930s, frequently working being a sideman, and he performed frequently with banjo participant Dock Boggs in the Smart County, KY, region. He also caused Clarence (Tom) Ashley, so that as Byrd Moore’s Sizzling hot Shots they documented the spooky “Frankie Silvers” for Columbia Information in 1929. Moore is at ill health insurance and surviving in the Smart County Poorhouse with the past due ’40s, where he’s said to have got passed away in 1949.

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