The Boys from Indiana - An American Heritage: A Tribute to the Pioneers of Bluegras mp3 downloadPerformer: The Boys from Indiana
Title: An American Heritage: A Tribute to the Pioneers of Bluegras
Style: Bluegrass,Progressive Bluegrass
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The Boys from Indiana - An American Heritage: A Tribute to the Pioneers of Bluegras mp3 download
The Boys from Indiana. An American Heritage: A Tribute to the Pioneers of Bluegras.
An American Heritage: A Tribute to the Pioneers of Bluegras.
From their inception in 1973, the Boys from Indiana remained one of the most original bluegrass bands on the festival circuit. The core of the band was comprised of the three Holt brothers: calist Aubrey, bassist/vocalist Jerry, and calist/mandolin player Tom. .
Take's Bluegrass Album Channel. Label: Old Heritage Records – OHR 8001 Format: Vinyl Country: US Released: 1980
is a cover of. Underpass by John Foxx (1980).
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The Boys From Indiana. An American Heritage (A Tribute To The Pioneers Of Bluegrass Music) (LP, Album). Old Heritage Records.
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