Probably one of the most amazing fiddlers of his period, Uncle Bunt Stephens won contests galore through the ’20s and later on appeared within the Grand Ole Opry because the “Globe Champ Fiddler.” Created John L. Stephens in Bedford, Tennessee in 1879, he was orphaned early in existence and elevated in close by Flatcreek. Stephens got performed harmonica for quite some time before he bought his 1st fiddle from a hobo at age eleven. He started playing dances immediately after, and became probably one of the most well-known fiddlers within the condition. In 1926, while operating road building and sometimes farming his personal land, he came into a fiddling competition sponsored by Henry Ford, and quickly progressed towards the nationwide finals in Detroit. There, he earned the finals along with his edition of “Aged Cacklin’ Hen” and got home $1000 and also a fresh car (Ford also paid to get Stephens’ teeth fixed). Stephens started documenting for Columbia simply over per month after earning the competition, and he ultimately released four edges, “Candy Woman”/”Left at night Blues” and “Louisburg Blues”/”Sail Away Woman.” He also toured the eastern USA, appeared within the Grand Ole Opry many times, and performed on many local radio applications. He never documented once again, though he continuing to execute around Tennessee through the 1930s and ’40s. He passed away in 1951.