Syd Nathan
Nathan Barber Shop wedding preparations filmed by Tony Blay at Blaycam video productions.
Bill Monroe
ACL 1980.
Carter Family
From the Grand Ole Opry.
Carter Family - Wildwood Flower
From the Grand Ole Opry.
Syd Nathan and King Records - YouTube
Mar 13, 2012 ... Syd Nathan of Cincinnati's King Records gives us sage business advice, interspersed with four classic King recordings from the 40's and 50's.
Bill Monroe - Uncle Pen - YouTube
Sep 25, 2007 ... Bill Monroe - Father Of Bluegrass Musicby MVDmusicvideo52,231 views; 4: ... Bill Monroe & The Blue Grass Boys - Uncle Pen (1965).by Kevin ...
Bill Monroe - Blue Moon Of Kentucky - YouTube
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The Carter Family - Wildwood Flower - YouTube
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Sonny Osborne
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Earl Scruggs
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Gloria Carter Spann
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Jimmy Martin
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Syd Nathan
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Doc Watson
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Ruth Carter Stapleton
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David Freeman (music historian)
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Jack Carter (politician)
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Josh Graves
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Jesse McReynolds
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J. D. Crowe
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Charlie Waller (American musician)
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Pete Kuykendall
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Rosalynn Carter
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Amy Carter
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Sara Carter
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Bobby Osborne
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