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Earl Eugene Scruggs (January 6, 1924 – March 28, 2012) was an American musician noted for popularizing a three-finger banjo picking style, now called "Scruggs style," which is a defining characteristic of bluegrass music. His three-finger style of playing was radically different from the traditional way the five-string banjo had previously been played. This new style of playing became popular and elevated the banjo from its previous role as a background rhythm instrument to featured solo status. Despite considerable success with Monroe, performing on the Grand Ole Opry and recording classic hits like "Blue Moon of Kentucky," Scruggs resigned from the group in 1946 due to their exhausting touring schedule. Fellow band member Lester Flatt resigned as well, and he and Scruggs later paired up in a new group they called Flatt and Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
Blue Moon of Kentucky" is a waltz written in 1946 by bluegrass musician Bill Monroe and recorded by his band, the Blue Grass Boys. The song has since been recorded by many artists, including Elvis Presley. In 2003, the song was chosen to be added to the United States Library of Congress National Recording Registry. Blue Moon" is the official bluegrass song of Kentucky.
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Blue Moon of Kentucky. Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys. The genre takes its name from his band, the "Blue Grass Boys", named for Monroe's home state of Kentucky. Monroe's performing career spanned 60 years as a singer, instrumentalist, composer and bandleader. He is often referred to as The Father of Bluegrass.
Earl Scruggs was only two years out of his partnership with Lester Flatt when he did the public television special that yielded Earl Scruggs: His Family and Friends, an all-star effort that lives up to the promise of its big-name guests. Cut at the Grand Ole Opry, at the homes of Joan Baez and Doc Watson, the Doug Underwood Ranch (for the Byrds segment), the home of Wiley Morris (for the Morris Brothers), at a private home in Carmel, NY (for Bob Dylan's performance), at the site of the 1969 Vietnam War Moratorium in Washington, .
Blue Moon of Kentucky - Earl Scruggs Revue. The Wright Kids - "Upside Down" and "Blue Moon of Kentucky". The California Honeydrops "This Time" // Gondola Sessions. BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY - Guitar Lesson.
Blue Moon of Kentucky is a waltz written in 1946 by bluegrass musician Bill Monroe and recorded by his band, The Blue Grass Boys. Blue Moon is the official bluegrass song of Kentucky. In 2002, Monroe’s version was one of 50 recordings chosen that year by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry. It was released in early 1947. At the time, the Bluegrass Boys included vocalist and guitarist Lester Flatt and banjoist Earl Scruggs, who would later form their own bluegrass band, the Foggy Mountain Boys. Both Flatt and Scruggs performed on the recording, although Bill Monroe supplied the vocals on this song. The song, described as a bluegrass waltz, had become a nationwide hit by 1947 and also became enormously popular with other bluegrass, country, and early rockabilly acts.
Earl Eugene Scruggs Born: Cleveland County, North Carolina, January 6, 1924 Died: March 28, 2012. Both Flatt and Scruggs grew up in rural farm homes immersed in rich musical traditions. Both worked in textile mills before becoming full-time musicians. The two met in 1945 when Scruggs joined the Blue Grass Boys, and both became part of what proved to be Monroe’s most influential lineup. Along with fiddler Chubby Wise and bassist Cedric Rainwater (real name: Howard Watts), Flatt and Scruggs played a crucial role in the development of the sound that later came to be known as bluegrass -a name taken from the band’s name. Both men continued to perform, Scruggs with his sons in the Earl Scruggs Revue, and Flatt with his Nashville Grass. In 1985 Flatt & Scruggs were elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame.
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