Bluegrass

Bluegrass guitar is a genre of American roots music that developed in the 1940s in the United States. Made famous by guitarists Clarence White, Doc Watson and Tony Rice. It is played acoustically or unplugged and usually a bluegrass ensemble is made up of guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin and dobro.

Molly Tuttle

Molly Tuttle Birth Name Molly Rose Tuttle Born 1993 Santa Clara County, California Age 27 years Genres Bluegrass, Americana, Country Folk Instruments Guitar, banjo Associated acts The Tuttles, the Goodbye Girls Molly Tuttle (born 1993) is a vocalist, songwriter, banjo player, and guitarist, recording artist and teacher in the bluegrass tradition, noted for her Flatpicking, …

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Clarence White

Clarence White Birth Name Clarence Joseph LeBlanc Born June 7, 1944 Died July 15, 1973 Genres Bluegrass, country, country rock, rock Instruments Guitar, mandolin, vocals Associated acts Three Little Country Boys, The Country Boys, The Kentucky Colonels, Trio, Nashville West, The Roustabouts, The Byrds, Muleskinner Clarence White (born Clarence Joseph LeBlanc; June 7, 1944 – …

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