NASHVILLE, Tennessee (Reuters) - Banjo innovator and bluegrass legend Earl Scruggs, a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, died on Wednesday at a Nashville hospital at age 88.
Earl Scruggs, the most significant banjo player in American music history, died of natural causes yesterday in a Nashville hospital. He was 88 years old. Journal pop and rock critic Jim Fusilli looks at what made him so great. Read Post
The banjo pioneer died Wednesday in Nashville. He was 88. Read Post