Bassist Dennis Crouch is among the co-founders of that time period Jumpers, a Nashville-based European swing music group. A indigenous of Missouri, he was raised in Strawberry, AR. His family members was a musical one, along with his father playing acoustic guitar and his siblings playing mandolin and fiddle, while Crouch used the upright bass. When he was a decade aged, a Bob Wills documenting turned him to Traditional western golf swing. In 1996, he resolved in Nashville and started working like a program musician. Crouch offers played or documented with more information on artists which includes Dolly Parton, Jerry Reed, Tim O’Brien, Steve Earle, and Marty Stuart, amongst others.
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