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The Moody Brothers

The Moody family continues to be involved in almost every facet of old-time Appalachian music; even though the old-fashioned, acoustic old-time noises of an organization like the Briarhoppers, a string music group that first created in Charlotte in the first ’30s, as well as the purely new-generation electronic nation dance …

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Mike Auldridge

Along with his skill and his broad definition of this is of bluegrass music, Mike Auldridge became known over his multi-decade career being a master from the Dobro, or resonator guitar. Elevated in Kensington, Maryland, he started playing electric guitar at 12, adding banjo when he was 16 and buying …

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Ed Deane

b. Dublin, Eire. Deane is really a blues guitarist and vocalist who found prominence within the middle-60s. Although he customarily takes on a left-handed device, he is comfy playing the more prevalent right-handed version ugly and even, at times, within an orthodox way. The guitar is usually in no way …

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Moe Bandy

Moe Bandy was one of the most popular nation singers from the 1970s, turning away some hits within the last mentioned fifty percent of the 10 years that made many supporters and critics believe he was among the great honky tonk singers. Bandy’s music never strayed definately not the original …

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The String Cheese Incident

The bluegrass-based jam band the String Cheese Incident comprises mandolinist/violinist Michael Kang, guitarist Expenses Nershi, bassist Keith Moseley, pianist Kyle Hollingsworth, and percussionists Jason Hann and Michael Travis. Shaped in Boulder, Colorado in 1993, the group’s self-described “sacrilegious mixture of bluegrass, calypso, salsa, Afro-pop, funk, rock and roll, and jazz” …

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Mick Hanly

b. Limerick, Eire. Singer-songwriter Hanly was influenced by middle-50s rock and roll ‘n’ move before he became interested in folk within the 60s. After carrying out Woody Guthrie tunes in his free time, in the past due 60s and early 70s he considered the Irish traditional music of his youngsters. …

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Mike Curb Congregation

Tranquility pop chorale the Mike Curb Congregation was the brainchild of maker and music industry veteran Curb, a notoriously conservative number who upon assuming the positioning of MGM Information chief executive in 1969 promptly fired his whole A&R division and dropped all the label’s counterculture functions. Commensurate with such mandates …

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4 Runner

The united states vocal group 4 Runner toured with Tim McGraw, Blackhawk, and Kenny Rogers through the 1980s and ’90s, and moved to the best leagues themselves with an album in 1995. Lead Craig Morris experienced made an appearance with Marie Osmond and Ronnie McDowell before he fulfilled baritone Billy …

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Texas Tornados

The best Tex-Mex supergroup, Texas Tornados were made up of a number of the genre’s most legendary figures: Doug Sahm, Augie Meyers (Sahm’s bandmate within the groundbreaking Sir Douglas Quintet), Hispanic country star Freddy Fender, and accordion virtuoso Flaco Jimenez. The group’s infectious, party-ready sound combined country, early rock and …

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One Riot One Ranger

Despite sporting a name that’s decidedly Texan, One Riot One Ranger is in fact located in Columbus, OH, and there’s only one Texan-born musician within the number. The band, also called 1R1R, was founded in 1990, but just two of the band’s later on five members had been present once …

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