Joe Stone , Bobby Atkins, The Dixie Mountaineers - Mister Bluegrass album FLAC
American bluegrass banjo player. b. May 22, 1933 (High Shoals, NC, USA). From Summerfield, North Carolina, Plays banjo and leads band, "The Countrymen", 1953, worked with Jim Eanes, 1953, 1958, 1961, worked with Bill Monroe (3 separate stints). 1956, worked with Charlie Monroe, Tony Rice was in Atkins' band the Countrymen when he was 18 years old., 1972, appeared in the movie "Preacher Ma. , Is related to country legend Chet Atkins. His grandfather and Chet's grandfather are brothers) Bobby Atkins & Margie Lynn - Crimes Of The Heart (CD, Album). Richway Records International. Joe Stone (6), Bobby Atkins, The Dixie Mountaineers - Mister Bluegrass (7", Single). Tornado Records (3). T-136.
Stanley Robert Vinton Jr. (born April 16, 1935), known professionally as Bobby Vinton, is an American singer and songwriter who also briefly appeared in films. In pop music circles, he became known as "The Polish Prince", as his music pays tribute to his Polish heritage. His most popular song was "Blue Velvet", a cover of Tony Bennett's 1951 song, which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1963 and number two in the UK in 1990. It also served as inspiration for the film of the same name.
Maurice Oude Booyink (born 1984) is a Dutch DJ and record producer from Almelo, best known under the stage names Inmado and Joe Stone. After producing for artists such R3hab, Havana Brown, Joe Stone is dedicated to his personal career and joined the label Spinnin' Records in 2015 after winning a "remix contest" organized by this year
The Bluegrass Album, Vol. 2. 1982. Darkness On the Delta. The Bluegrass Album Band. Come On Down to My World. Crowe and the New South.
Biography by Bill Dahl. One of the most powerful and distinctive voices in blues and R&B, thanks to his steady stream of classic singles for Duke during the '50s and '60s. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick.
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Bobby Keys, the larger-than-life saxophone player who toured with the Rolling Stones for more than 45 years and played on studio classics like Brown Sugar and Live With Me, has passed away. He was 70. If you believe in the magic of rock & roll, which I devoutly do, it isn’t in the individual, Keys told Rolling Stone in 2012. I’ve played in bands with A-team players around, but unless they can play together, it doesn’t do any good. The Rolling Stones are devastated by the loss of their very dear friend and legendary saxophone player, Bobby Keys, the band said in a statement.
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