Roger Sprung - Progressive Bluegrass, Vol. 3 mp3 downloadPerformer: Roger Sprung
Title: Progressive Bluegrass, Vol. 3
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Roger Sprung - Progressive Bluegrass, Vol. 3 mp3 download
Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield, CT Warm up show for the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Richie Hawthorne - Bass Michael Sassano - Mandolin Roger Sprung - Banjo Ha. .
Profile: American bluegrass banjo player from New York City, New York. His first band was the Folksay Trio, who were founded around 1954 and included Erik Darling and Bob Carey. Their recordings were released by Stinson Records on American Folksay Ballads And Dances Volume 2. His next band was The Shanty Boys which included Mike Cohen (brother of John Cohen of the New Lost City Ramblers) on guitar and Lionel Kilberg on washtub bass. Roger has many recordings, both with The Progressive Bluegrassers and with other artists. Five of his albums are on the label. In 2009 he performed at the ROMP festival at the International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, Kentucky where he was honored as a "Pioneer of Bluegrass". Roger was a featured act at a 2010 reunion show for the artists of Gerde's Folk City in New York.
Album · 1973 · 17 Songs. Progressive Bluegrass and Other Instrumentals, Vol. 1. 1963. Progressive Bluegrass, Vol. 3. 1965.
Bluegrass Gold, Vol. 2, Roger Sprung & the Progressive Bluegrassers (Showcase). New and Original Sound of Irish-Grass (1982) (Showcase). Pickin' on the mountain, Roger & Joan Sprung (Showcase). Smithsonian Folkways, Liner notes for "Progressive Bluegrass, Vol. 3". Bob Yellin
Biography by Eugene Chadbourne. The way he plays the banjo, his last name might describe the condition his wrist might end up in after a typical gig. Roger Sprung is proud to be part of a small New York-born fraternity of banjoists. ead Full Biography. Progressive Ragtime Bluegrass, Vol. 2.
1, Roger Sprung & his Progressive Bluegrassers (1963) (Folkways Records). Progressive bluegrass. Vol. 3, Five string banjo specialties, Roger Sprung & his Progressive Bluegrassers (1965) (Folkways Records). Grassy licks, Roger Sprung & his Progressive Bluegrassers (1966) (Verve/Folkways). Roger Sprung & his Progressive Bluegrassers, Roger Sprung & his Progressive Bluegrassers (1967) (Showcase)
Comin' Round the Mountain - Roger Sprung, Hal Wylie, The Progressive Bluegrassers. Listen to Bluegrass Blast: A Mixed Bag of Ol' Timey Music now. Listen to Bluegrass Blast: A Mixed Bag of Ol' Timey Music in full in the this site app.
Known as "The Father of East Coast Bluegrass," Roger Sprung was born in Manhattan in 1930. The variety of music he encountered in New York informs his banjo playing as he incorporates jazz, old time dance tunes, and the syncopations of Civil War-era fingerpicking. Doc Watson accompanies him on this album. Bluegrass Blast: A Mixed Bag of Ol' Timey Music (CD). Progressive Ragtime Bluegrass - Volume 2 (CD).
The Progressive Bluegrassers, Hal Wylie, Roger Sprung. The Progressive Bluegrassers, Hal Wylie, Roger Sprung. Love Iz. Roger Sprung, Roger Sprung, Doc Watson. Progressive Ragtime Bluegrass - Vol. 1964. Progressive Bluegrass and Other Instrumentals - Vol.
CreditsSaul Broudy - Harmonica
Rudy Grant - Drums
Dan Isaacson - Jew's-Harp
Irv Manning - Bass
Lenny Pogan - Guitar (Rhythm)
Speedy Shepard - Fiddle
Jon Sholle - Guitar
Roger Sprung - Banjo, Primary Artist
Jody Stecher - Mandolin