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  1. Maucage
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Early Rural String Bands on Discogs.
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    Tennessee Old-Time Musicians and String Bands BanjoR; 81 videos; 15, views; Last updated on Sep 10, ; This playlist was created in an effort to preserve Old-Time Music, a style of.
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    Armed with banjos, fiddles, guitars, jugs, kazoos, spoons and various other percussive "instruments," in this album, the Carolina Chocolate Drops revisit the jug-band and Black string-band music of the ‘20s and ‘30s with the zest of the most energetic hip-hoppers and the acumen of old-time music pioneers.
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    J. P. Nestor, "Train on the Island" (Victor ), recorded in Bristol, Tennessee, 1 August Re-issued on Rural String Bands of Virginia (County CD) and on The Anthology of American Folk Music (Smithsonian Folkways ).
  7. Mazujora
    Description. County CD / This, the 2nd in an ongoing series of anthologies devoted to early commercial rural recordings of the South shows some of the riches to be found in the Volunteer state between & Lovers of old-time string bands will find a bunch of gems in these 18 tracks here that feature stellar performances. Fine notes by Charles Wolfe, good sound and photos of almost.
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    Jul 25,  · Country Stars from East Tennessee. Many of country’s most important names have come from east Tennessee. Roy Acuff, known as the “King of Country Music”, helped move country music away from its string band and hoedown format and popularized the singer-songwriter model in .