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Had it not been for a rebel country musician named Bill Monroe, the bluegrass genre would not be around today to be enjoyed all over the world. As Bluegrass continues to grow in popularity, we must return to the roots to pay tribute to the man who made it all possible.
In 1940, Bill Monroe and The Bluegrass Boys recorded their first album on the Bluebird label, and bluegrass music was born.
A true visionary, Monroe experimented with various instruments and sounds. By 1946 he had woven the talents Earl Scruggs, Lester Flatt, Howard Wats (Cedric Rainwater) and Chubby Wise into what is still commonly recognized as the greatest bluegrass band of all times.

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Bluegrass  It's Banjolicious
Bluegrass, or mountain music, was born in the hills of Appalachia in the early part of the 20th Century and gradually made its way into the pews of churches all throughout America. Along with gospel music, it has become a unique and treasured American art form. Now the legends of bluegrass music join voices and instruments with the best in gospel music. The hillbilly music tradition goes back hundreds of years, but it was Monroe, with his high-mountain tenor and unique mandolin playing, who made bluegrass what it is today.

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I hope you join us in my room on inSpeak.com... Beachy's Bluegrass & Gospel Music. You will hear some of the finest Bluegrass and Gospel music from people who love the music....come in and visit us. We will be proud to have you join us.The room is open seven days a week from 4pm -7pm et. So come on in and join the fun and music. Visit with people from around the world.

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