Bluegrass Champs: Live From The Don Owens Show

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Live At The CMA Theater In The Country Music Hall Of Fame

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Hills And Home

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John Duffey's Bluegrass Life: Featuring the Country Gentlemen, Seldom Scene, and Washington, D.C., Inc. - Banjo” wernick, cliff waldron, Tom Travis, and others are among the many voices that contribute informative and compelling interviews. Stephen moore, who interviewed Duffey for this book, with co-author G. T. The country gentlemen’s bill emerson, Charlie Waller, Eddie Adcock, and Tom Gray are profiled and interviewed.

A truly definitive look at a bluegrass legend and the scene that produced him. Kirkus reviews"The definitive John Duffey biography. More than 50 rare or never-before-seen photographs create a fascinating portrait of the complex, iconoclastic entertainer. Gary oelze, the owner of the Birchmere music club where the Scene became stars, share his memories of John.

John Duffey's Bluegrass Life: Featuring the Country Gentlemen, Seldom Scene, and Washington, D.C. - It's all there in these pages. Pete kennedy multiple wammy award winner and member of Kennedy Center Artists-in-Residence, The Kennedys. For the first time, speaks candidly about her relationship with both Duffey, Ginger “Sam” Allred, and her father, John’s biological daughter, Pete Kuykendall. Keplinger, a bluegrass historian, have captured a faithfully compelling and comprehensive portrait of John as both performer and person.

Cerphe colwell, whfs pioneer radio broadcaster and founder of today’s online Music Planet Radio. A great overview of the acoustic side of the DC music scene, with a unique focus on the inception of the progressive bluegrass movement and the cast of colorful characters who pushed the music forward, while respecting and preserving the roots.

John’s quotes from a four-hour, never-before-published 1984 interview are italicized throughout and provide the book’s foundation.

ROCK THE POTOMAC: POPULAR MUSIC AND EARLY-ERA ROCK AND ROLL IN THE WASHINGTON, D.C. AREA, Inc. - In rock the potomac author mark opsasnick provides a comprehensive history of popular music in the Washington, D. C. Offering a mix of cultural history, rock the potomac stands as a literary monument that will forever serve fans of Washington, extensive night club information and detailed band and musician profiles, D.

C. Area popular music. Area from colonial times to the end of the Vietnam War in 1975, with a strong emphasis on the emergence of rock and roll and its early development in the nation’s capital.

Live at The Ryman

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Epilogue: a Tribute to John Duffey

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Carter Stanley's Eyes

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Didn't He Ramble: Songs Of Charlie Poole

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