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  1. Uncle Pen's friend Clarence Wilson played five-string banjo in a basic two-finger picking style. Uncle Birch Monroe played a cello with a bow, proving a bass line for the fiddler and banjo .
  2. MCA Bill Monroe's Uncle Pen Bill Monroe & his Blue Grass Boys LP JA VIM Good 'n country Jimmy Martin & the Sunny Mountain Boys LP JA VIM Big and country instrumentals Jimmy Martin & the Sunny Mountain Boys LP JA.
  3. Sings songs of memory lane of his Uncle Charlie Monroe Atteiram LP US Something new, something different, something good Atteiram LP US Something new, something different, something good Atteiram A US.
  4. Jul 30,  · 12 - Uncle Pen - Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys 13 - Stoney Are You Mad At Your Gal - Wilma Lee & StoneyCooper & Their Clinch Mountain Clan 14 - When The Angels Rolled The Stone Away - Molly O'Day & Lynn Davis.
  5. 16 June [live] Bill Monroe¢s Brown County Jamboree, Route , Bean Blosson, IN - Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys WHEEL HOSS Rural Rhythm RHY UNCLE PEN Rural Rhythm RHY SHENANDOAH BREAKDOWN Rural Rhythm RHY DOG HOUSE BLUES Rural Rhythm RHY SUGAR LOAF MOUNTAIN Rural Rhythm RHY
  6. Uncle Pen has been credited with giving Monroe "a repertoire of tunes that sank into Bill's aurally trained memory and a sense of rhythm that seeped into his bones." [2] Also significant in Monroe's musical life was Arnold Shultz, an influential fiddler and guitarist who introduced Monroe to the blues.
  7. Knee Deep in Blue Grass () Cry, Cry Darling, Roane Country Prison, Goodbye Old Pal, Out in the Cold World, A Good Woman's Love, Come Back to Me in My Dreams, Lonesome Road to Travel, Sitting on Top of the World, Sally Joe, Brand New Shoes, Molly and .
  8. Jan 19,  · Up on the Ridge as aired Jan 12 on The Bluegrass Jamboree. Tune in each Saturday, a.m. eastern time on The Bluegrass cohuginnmetilarfordredora.infoinfoon: PO Box , Princeton, , North Carolina.

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