• Here For The Music
  • tell me this, pal: why isn't everbody sittin' on a fence in the moonlight playin' a banjo?
    that's all i want to know.

    cabininthepines:

    Ralph Stanley & James King - “Our Last Goodbye”

    A bluegrass classic.

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    sarahccook:

Ralph Stanley’s fingers rest on his banjo, which has traveled everywhere from coal mining camps to gin joints to Carnegie Hall.
—Garden & Gun 

    sarahccook:

    Ralph Stanley’s fingers rest on his banjo, which has traveled everywhere from coal mining camps to gin joints to Carnegie Hall.

    —Garden & Gun 

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    ethandthorn:

The hands of Ralph Stanley

    ethandthorn:

    The hands of Ralph Stanley

    (via motherchief)

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Curly Ray Cline, Junior Blankenship, Charlie Sizemore, Ralph Stanley, Jack Cook.
Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys

    Curly Ray Cline, Junior Blankenship, Charlie Sizemore, Ralph Stanley, Jack Cook.

    Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys

    (Source: h3llbetty)

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    rootsnbluesfestival:

Ralph Stanley@ Berkshire Mountains Bluegrass Festival 1980

    rootsnbluesfestival:

    Ralph Stanley@ Berkshire Mountains Bluegrass Festival 1980

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    hard hard hard core bluegrass? ralph stanley, alone, on a mountain top, in a blizzard.

    hard hard hard core bluegrass? ralph stanley, alone, on a mountain top, in a blizzard.

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    christmas present from my uncle. :)

    christmas present from my uncle. :)

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