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Stay All Night - The Greenbriar Boys - Big Apple Bluegrass (CD)

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  1. The Best of King & Starday Bluegrass: Fiddle: Woodsmoke and Oranges/Jack-Knife Gypsy: Paul Siebel: Violin, Viola: Big Apple Bluegrass: The Greenbriar Boys: Fiddle: Live at Billy Bob's Texas: David Allan Coe.
  2. The Greenbriar Boys was an American northern bluegrass music group active from — who first got together in jam sessions in New York's Washington Square Park. Guitarist/vocalist John Herald formed The Greenbriar Boys, along with Bob Yellin (banjo) and Eric Weissberg (fiddle, mandolin, banjo).
  3. Sally all night, stay a little longer Dance all night, dance a little longer Pull off your coat and throw it in the corner Don't see why you son't stay a little longer Can't ger home if you're going by the mill Cause the bridge washed out at the bottom of the hill Big creek's up and the big creek's level Plow my corn with a double shovel * Refrain.
  4. Listen free to The Greenbriar Boys – Big Apple Bluegrass (Love Bug, Darby Ram and more). 17 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at kairehabolrefefifestprojtifaga.coinfo
  5. Jun 13,  · John McCutcheon/The Night That John Prine Died/Cabin Fever: Songs from the Quarantine John Prine/Dear Abby/Sweet Revenge Danny Schmidt/ Vision/ Vision The Greenbriar Boys/Cabin In Glory Land/Big Apple Bluegrass Gordon Thomas Ward /The Ghost Of Hugh Thompson/Eiderdown Heathcote Hill /All I remember is You/Heathcote Hill.
  6. Mar 14,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Honky Tonk Girl · Greenbriar Boys Big Apple Bluegrass ℗ Vanguard Records, a Welk Music Group Company Released on: Composer: Unknown.
  7. Tunes roll off this CD like High Sierra snowmelt filling rivers and streams with fresh hope. The Cindy Walker tune “Baby, That Would Sure Go Good” reveals Lewis’s love for Western Swing, with her on fiddle and the incomparable Todd Phillips on bass, complete with a bass solo that Eldon Shamblin would have loved playing behind.
  8. Dec 02,  · The Greenbriar Boys, the first non-Southern professional bluegrass band, started playing in New York in the late ’50s—bluegrass had only formed in the mid-to-late ’40s.

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