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The New Grass Revival, Vol. 13 No. 5

Reprinted from Bluegrass Unlimited MagazineNovember 1978 It was the summer of 1972 when I first heard the New Grass Revival. I was in the process of rediscovering bluegrass, a music remembered vaguely from childhood television shows at my aunt’s in Corbin, Kentucky, and vividly from my favorite first record, a worn out “78” of “Bile…

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Sam Bush, New Grass Revival and Leon Russell

Reprinted from Bluegrass Unlimited MagazineVolume 8, Number 4, October 1973 I had heard that this young group of bluegrass pickers from my own hometown was fronting rock Superstar Leon Russell on his tours, and that they were something else. Leon Russell and bluegrass? The New Grass Revival? Local, huh? From right here in Louisville? Yep….

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The New Grass Revival, Vol. 6 No. 10

Reprinted from Bluegrass Unlimited MagazineApril 1972 I had the distinct pleasure of seeing this group on Feb. 27 at Anderson, Ind. in the Coonhunters Club, a local building that is being used for bluegrass and country shows. Jim Clark presents the Country Jamboree each Sat. nite and John Keeney had arranged the show on Sunday…

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Re-printed from Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine from a four-part series run in 1967 and 1968     Radio McGill series. Interviews conducted by Doug Benson. Series researched, written, produced and announced by Doug Benson (with production & technical assistance from Richard Adams and a cast of thousands). Following is the first installment of a series containing material transcribed…

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