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  2. Doc & Merle Watson - Red Rocking Chair

    (Source: patienceshehulk, via mountain-music)

     
  3. fuckyeahbluegrass:

frettedchordophones:

Gibson Earl Scruggs Golden Deluxe 5 string Banjo with custom made head.

oh my.

    fuckyeahbluegrass:

    frettedchordophones:

    Gibson Earl Scruggs Golden Deluxe 5 string Banjo with custom made head.

    oh my.

    (via cedarmtnbanjos)

     
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  5. The Boys Think They Have One on Foxy Grandpa, But He Fools Them, 1902.

     
  6. (Source: plonkeepoos)

     
  7. Vintage poster for a show at my school. Muddy Waters, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, Fred McDowell, John Lee Hooker. $2 at the door for students.

    Vintage poster for a show at my school. Muddy Waters, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, Fred McDowell, John Lee Hooker. $2 at the door for students.

     
  8. thirdmanrecordsofficial:

On Nov 18th, Jack White’s Third Man Records, in partnership with John Fahey’s Revenant Records, will unlock the second and final chapter chronicling the curious tale of America’s most important record label with ‘The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records, Volume 2 (1928-1932).’
     
  9. newportfolkfest:

Sunday sessions.

    newportfolkfest:

    Sunday sessions.

    (Source: blanchies, via rootsnbluesfestival)

     
  10. mucksblues:

Mississippi Shieks

    mucksblues:

    Mississippi Shieks

     
  11. Dom Flemons (formerly) of the Carolina Chocolate Drops doing a cover of Henry Thomas’ “Fishin’ Blues”, complete with pipes.

     
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  13. quietamericanmusic:

    rootsandburrs:

    Doc Watson - 1991 - Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down. Kirk Sutphin on fiddle and Mike Seeger on banjo.

    Posted by UncleSkidder on YouTube (March 19, 2009)

    Doc, Mike and Kirk. Notice Mike Seeger doing a great impression of Charlie Poole’s banjo style.

     
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    Mississippi Sheiks - Sitting on Top of the World

    (Source: mucksblues, via mucksblues)

     
  15. garykelleyart:

Gary Kelley
A black cat crossing your path signifies that the animal is going somewhere.
- Groucho Marx

    garykelleyart:

    Gary Kelley

    A black cat crossing your path signifies that the animal is going somewhere.

    - Groucho Marx

    (via pickinpluckinstrummin)