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Big day at the Earl Scruggs Center October 14

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Earl Scruggs Center to host youth activities this summer

4 months agoMusic / Country : Bluegrass Today

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Penny Parsons to speak at Earl Scruggs Center

5 months agoMusic / Country : Bluegrass Today

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Saturday Night at the Oldies: Weather Conditions

Earl Scruggs and Friends, Foggy Mountain Breakdown Ella Fitzgerald, Misty. Beats the Johnny Mathis version. A standard from the Great American Songbook. Jimi Hendrix, Purple Haze. Not from the Great American Songbook. And presumably not about weather conditions. Cream, Sunshine...

Scruggs biography to launch at Earl Scruggs Center

6 months agoMusic / Country : Bluegrass Today

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Earl Scruggs: Banjo Icon

7 months agoMusic / Country : Bluegrass Today

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Train That Carried My Girl From Town video from The Earls

Rounder has released a second music video from Rattle & Roar, their latest album from The Earls Of Leicester. Like their self-titled debut in 2014, it’s a tribute to the artistry of Flatt & Scruggs, with 17 lovingly rendered reproductions from the catalog of Lester and […] The post Train That Carried My Girl From Town video from The Earls appeared first on Bluegrass Today.

Why Did You Wander video from The Earls

Rounder has released a video from Rattle & Roar, their upcoming sophomore release from bluegrass supergroup, The Earls Of Leicester. It’s for the Flatt & Scruggs classic, Why Did You Wander, one written by Lester Flatt and Bill Monroe, and recorded in 1946 at the […]

The luck of the Leicesters?

Rounder Records has been justifiably proud of the success achieved by The Earls of Leicester, the throwback bluegrass band headed by Jerry Douglas honoring the classic music of Flatt & Scruggs. The label has delighted in the many awards The Earls have garnered from both […]

Rattle & Roar coming from The Earls

The Earls of Leicester, headed up by Jerry Douglas, will continue their romp through the music of Flatt & Scruggs with a second album of classic songs in July. Rattle & Roar, like their self-titled debut, is a collection of numbers performed by Lester & Earl […]

Darin & Brooke at The Scruggs Center

The Earl Scruggs Center in Shelby, NC has caught the attention of music fans worldwide since it’s opening in January of 2014. The modern museum, established in an historic restored courthouse, celebrates the life and music of Earl Scruggs, and the culture and folklore of Cleveland […]

Bill Keith passes

Bill Keith, among the very few three-finger banjo players to discernibly widen the scope of the instrument in bluegrass music since Earl Scruggs, has died at the age of 75. He had been suffering of late from the effects of a cancer that had sapped […]

The Earls let their Deal Go Down for FreshGrass

To help celebrate the IBMA Awards domination this year by The Earls of Leicester, the good folks at FreshGrass have posted this live music video of them performing the Flatt & Scruggs classic, Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down. The black and white videography is the […]

Stevie Wonder Albums From Worst To Best

2 years agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Steveland “Stevie Wonder” Morris is an indisputable icon of American music, but in many ways is best understood as a part of a separate tradition — that of the musical prodigy. Like Mozart, Mendelssohn, Earl Scruggs, and Alex Chilton before him, Wonder composed and performed songs as a young child that inextricably transformed the contemporary […]

Lizzy Long shares some Blueberry Pie

Elizabeth ‘Lizzy’ Long was introduced to the bluegrass music world in 2007 when she joined banjo legend Earl Scruggs and foster father Little Roy Lewis on the album Lifetimes. Subsequently, Long and Lewis began touring as The Little Roy & Lizzy Show. Earlier this month […]

On this Day #38 – Flatt & Scruggs

On this Day … On Saturday, April 11, 1953, Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys (Curly Seckler, Benny Martin, bass player unknown, but may have been Red Murphy) performed at the Mosque Theatre in Richmond, Virginia, along with Lefty Frizzell, Wayne Raney, […]

Single Review: Robert Earl Keen, “Hot Corn, Cold Corn”

“Hot Corn, Cold Corn” Robert Earl Keen Written By Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs Robert Earl Keen has spent the past three decades as one of the most venerated singer-songwriters in country music, particularly within the Texas Country community. His … Continue reading ?

Earl Scruggs Center opens January 11

As I write this, bluegrass followers, and banjo pickers in particular, are acknowledging what would have been Earl Scruggs’ 90th birthday (January 6th). So, it seems fitting that the grand opening of the Earl Scruggs Center: Music & Stories from the American South will take […]

Earl Scruggs Center to open in 2014

The City of Shelby, NC has given a lot to the rest of the US. A handful of NASCAR drivers, NFL and MLB players, a notorious bank robber and a sitting US Senator all hail from this town of just over 20,000 residents. The world […]

Hall of Fame Bluegrass! – Junior Sisk and Joe Mullins

Each year since 1991, new members have been added to the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame. Since the inaugural class of Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt, and Earl Scruggs, numerous other bluegrass and traditional music greats have been honored for their roles in shaping the […]

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