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Mo Canada

Bluegrass musician Mo Canada used the guitar in age 13, and after no more than a 12 months of taking part in, he recorded his debut recording, Stoney Lonesome (1996), which featured such celebrities as Tony Grain, Rickie Simpkins, and Ronnie Simpkins, and earned reviews that are positive in bluegrass publications. He required his time planning another album, composing many initial compositions. Finally, after a decade, in Oct 2006 he released his second recording, Grassoline, which he was became a member of by Grain, Rickie Simpkins, Randy Kohrs, Phil Leadbetter, Kevin Light, Darrell Webb, Chad Light, Scott Vestal, Taro Inoue, Raymond McLain, JP Mathes, and his dad, Ed Canada.

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