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The Stonemans Release The Stoneman Tradition

The Stoneman TraditionPatsy Stoneman once said that as long as there was a Stoneman able to play music, they would be out there picking, singing and fulfilling their destiny. This project, their second for Patuxent, made in May 2012, proves her point. The surviving sisters-eighty-seven year-old Patsy and her septuagenarian sisters Donna and Veronica (Roni), demonstrate that they continue to have the touch when it comes to their brand of bluegrass.

Lester & Earl's “Foggy Mountain Banjo” in 2013 Grammy Hall of Fame

Foggy Mountain BanjoSanta Monica, CA -- It was 1961 when Lester Flatt, Earls Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys released Foggy Mountain Banjo on Columbia records. The album is part of the 2013 Grammy® Hall of Fame Inductees for Country (album). "The Titanic" by Ernest V. "Pop" Stonemen is also an inductee for Country Single and was released on Okeh in 1924. These join the legendary Bob Dylan song "The Times They Are A-Changin'" and many others. 2013 marks the 40th Anniversary Celebration of the Grammy® Hall Of Fame with 27 recordings added to the collection residing at the Grammy® Museum®.

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