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Uncle Pen (Pendleton Vandiver) // The International Bluegrass Music Museum has acquired a pair of rare photos of Pendleton Vandiver, Bill Monroe's legendary Uncle Pen, whose fiddle playing was famously remembered in the Monroe song by that name.

Video for The Foundation for Bluegrass Music • www.bluegrassfoundation.org • Featuring Grammy winner Alison Brown, Sierra Hull, Molly Tuttle, Greg Cahill and more.

John Hartford would come to Atlanta in concert. Magic. What he could do on the banjo & fiddle...and board-dancing & singing at the same time. Died too soon -- but thanks to YouTube we can still appreciate his music -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCVQ3w3sKxA&feature=related -- start around 1:42 minutes in.

Sara Carter (banjo) and her cousin Maybelle (auto harp), about eight years before the first recordings of the Carter Family. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Doc Watson & MerleFest

“Over the past fifty years the guitar has had a very powerful influence on American music. Predominantly a rhythm instrument at the turn of the century, the guitar began to step out of the rhythm section in the 1930’s and 40’s and has maintained a dominant presence in every form of music from rock, to folk, to country, bluegrass, blues, and old-time. While Elvis, the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and other pop icons of the 50’s and 60’s certainly played a large role in bolstering the guitar’s…