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Flatt & Scruggs - Stars of the Grand Ole Opry album download

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Stars of the Grand Ole Opry
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With Monroe and Lester Flatt, Scruggs performed on the Grand Ole Opry and in September 1946 recorded the classic hit "Blue Moon of Kentucky"; a song that was designated by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry, and later added to the Grammy Hall of Fame. The work schedule was heavy in Monroe's band. Columbia has got Bob Dylan, why did they want me?". Even the success of the Bonnie and Clyde album was not enough to prevent their breakup in 1969

Chet Atkins once said Grand Ole Opry Member and bluegrass star Ricky Skaggs "singlehandedly saved country music. No other show anywhere has the star power and the history of the legends and the new artists that the Grand Ole Opry does. Ricky Skaggs and Little Jimmy Dickens, 2012. Ricky Skaggs with Alison Krauss, 2012. Ricky Skaggs performs with The Whites, 2016. Ricky Skaggs performs with Peter Frampton during Frampton's Opry debut, 2013.

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Title: Flatt and Scruggs Grand Ole Opry (1955–1969).

Grand Ole Opry is a 1940 American comedy film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Dorrell McGowan and Stuart E. McGowan. The film was released on June 25, 1940, by Republic Pictures. The band was founded by guitarist Lester Flatt and banjo player Earl Scruggs and is viewed by music historians as one of the premier bluegrass groups in the history of the genre. The band was originally formed in 1948 by Flatt, who had been a member of Bill Monroe's bluegrass band. Flatt brought Scruggs with him shortly after leaving Monroe. Flatt and Scruggs and The Foggy Mountain Boys (in various forms and line-ups) recorded and performed together up until 1969. The Foggy Mountain Boys are seen as one of the landmark bands in bluegrass music.

Flatt and Scruggs' appearances, which occurred at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, was a fortuitous one for the bluegrass artists, although they were unaware of it at the time. Only three years later, both men officially left the Blue Grass Boys to form their own band, the Foggy Mountain Boys. Their unique combined sound, with Scruggs playing banjo and Flatt on rhythm guitar, earned them a large following and a repeat invitation to perform at the Opry. Flatt and Scruggs continued performing and recording together until 1969, when they split to pursue their own interests. At the time, Flatt was determined to stay true to their traditional bluegrass roots, while Scruggs was interested in more mainstream sounds. In 1979, after a decade of solo work, the men began considering a reunion; unfortunately, Flatt passed away later that year.