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May 29, 2012
Dupe. Go here: http://policelink.monster.com/news/articles/168500-doc-watson-passe...
No problem, Robo. Nobody could steal Doc's thunder ;)
I aIso just posted this not knowing mz66 has already posted this information. Do not mean to steal his thunder but either way, read the story of Doc Watson.
His mountain music came as a revelation to the folk audience, as did his virtuoso guitar playing. Unlike most country and bluegrass musicians, who thought of the guitar as a secondary instrument for providing rhythmic backup, Mr. Watson executed the kind of flashy, rapid-fire melodies normally played by a fiddle or a banjo. His style influenced a generation of young musicians learning to play the guitar as folk music achieved national popularity.
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