A to Z listing

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Now would be a good time to play “What Follows Fall” by Bluegrass Etc. (from their “Travelin’ Band” album); “November” by Bob Amos (from his “Wherever I Go” album); “November Rain” by Lost Highway (from their “November Rain” album).

1

Seldom Scene formed, 1971
Bill Anderson born, 1937
Art Stamper born, 1933 (died 1/23/2005)

Carl Nelson died, 2006

3

Stanley Brothers record “The Lonesome River”, 1950
James Alan Shelton born, 1960 (died 6/3/2014)

4

Alan Munde born, 1946
Kirk McGee born, 1899 (died 10/24/83)
Allen Mills born, 1937
Pete Corum born, 1948

5

Daylight Savings Time ends. Set clocks back one hour.
(Play “Daylight Savings Time” by Grandpa Jones, or “Time Changes Everything,” by the Reno Brothers.)
Ron Lynam born, 1954

6

Junior Sisk born, 1964
First performance by the Osborne Brothers at radio station WROL in Knoxville, TN, 1953.

7

A.P. Carter died, 1960
Gene Wooten died, 2001

8

Roy Lee Centers born, 1944 (died in 1974)
Benny Cain died, 1998
Roger Reed born, 1953
Eddie Miller born, 1957 (died in 2001)
Bill Hall born, 1935 (died in 2010)

9

Bill Monroe records “Kentucky Mandolin”, 1967
Richard Greene born, 1942
George D. Hay the “Solemn Old Judge” born 1896.

10

Bill Bryson born, 1946
David “Stringbean” Akeman died, 1973

(Play “The Ballad of Stringbean and Estelle” by Sam Bush.)
Mike Kropp died, 2015

11

Veterans Day
(For song suggestions, click here)
Don Stover died, 1996

13

Brooke Aldridge born, 1983
Mike Bub born, 1964

Ernie Sykes born, 1960

14

Peter McLaughlin born, 1955
Judith Edelman born, 1964

15

Bubba Chandler born, 1955
Albert Brumley died, 1977
Robert Whitstein died, 2001

16

Osborne Brothers record “Rocky Top”, 1967
Larry Cordle born, 1949
Earl Bolick born, 1919 (died 4/19/98)

17

Tom Adams born, 1958
Sally Ann Forrester died, 1999
Ramona Jones died, 2015

18

Jens Krüger born, 1962

19

Charlie Cline died, 2004

20

Stanley Brothers record “The Fields Have Turned Brown”, 1949
Senator Robert Byrd born, 1917 (died 6/28/2010)
Josh Williams born, 1980
Tut Taylor born, 1923 (died 4/9/2015)

Bill Vernon died, 1996
Randy Howard born, 1960 (died 6/29/99)

21

Jim Eanes died, 1995
Flatt & Scruggs make first Columbia recordings, 1950

22

Jerry Sullivan born, 1933 (died 5/31/2014)
Dan McKinnon died, 2012

23

Thanksgiving Day
(For song suggestions, click here.)
Charlie Sizemore born, 1960

Roy Acuff died, 1992

24

Jack Tottle born, 1939
Adam Steffey born, 1965
James Bryan born, 1953

25

Eddie Stubbs born, 1961
Walter Hensley died, 2012

26

LeRoy Drumm died, 2010

27

Walter Bailes died, 2000

28

First Grand Ole Opry broadcast, 1925
(Play “Martha White, Lester and Earl” by Terry Baucom or “The Grand Ole Opry Song” by Jimmy Martin)
Frank Edmonsen died, 2003

29

Randy Waller born, 1959

30

Homer “Pappy” Sherrill died, 2001
Steve Waller (Sawtooth Mountain Boys) born, 1945 (died 6/26/2015)
Jeannie Kendall born, 1954

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