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Billy Strings and Molly Tuttle - "Little Maggie"

Ok, to complete my little bluegrass triptych, here is a masterpiece:

Excellent solos, excellent duets. Love the mandolin player's "Dawg Music" t-shirt.

Sierra Ferrell - Don't Let Your Deal Go Down

I truly believe this girl can sing anything! At least to me. I love how she provides percussion at the end.

Interesting take on an old Flatt and Scruggs classic.

The Wayfaring Strangers - Man Of Constant Sorrow

This is pretty wild. Jazz-inspired bluegrass w/Ralph Stanley!

I'm familiar with bluegrass improv on bluegrass instruments and a jazzy sound but this is totally different.

I was never a big jazz fan but this is great.

Did someone mention mandolin?

This is an amazing performance. Sierra Hull has to be my favorite mandolin player and Molly is, well, Molly Tuttle.
I have to watch this at least once a week.

Patty Griffin and Robert Plant - "Ohio"

Eilen Jewell - Dusty Boxcar Wall

She's got a great bluesy voice.

Willie Nelson - Hit Medley On The Grand Ole Opry(1965)

Love watching this young man.

I actually saw Wille for the first time in 1973, he was a bit more hip by that time.

Julie Miller - All My Tears

This is a great song. Julie is a great songwriter.
Even though she came from a "Christian" music background she can really write. Together with Buddy, they put out some great music.
This song has been covered many times but the original is the best.

Dori Freeman - If I Could Make You My Own

This was produced by Teddy Thompson with dad on lead guitar.

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