Tag Archives: Bluegrass

The Stoneman Family Live In The Sixties


The amazing Stoneman Family featuring Donna and Ronnie playing Bluegrass classics, Rock hits and classic Country. An amazingly talented group. Go-go boots, mini-skirts and Bluegrass music. Wow, only in the sixties.

The Dillards Rare Live Performances Complete 60s & 70s


The classic band, the Dillards, Rodney, Doug, Mitch and Dean with Herb Pedersen and Billy Ray Latham from some of their first appearances in the early 60s on Hootananny and the Judy Garland Variety Show to clips from Hugh Hefner’s Playboy After Dark, the Johnny Cash Show and PBS’s Soundstage. Plus a few Doug Dillard solo performances from the 70s and 80s.

The Dillards Live in Virginia July 1972

The Original Dillards Live – Full Show 1999

The Dillards Live In Burlington, Iowa 1979 (Full Concert)

Recorded from Iowa Public Television in 1980. The Dillards Live In Burlington, Iowa – Summer of 1979 or 1980 at the Burlington Steamboat Days. Rodney Dillard guitar and vocals, Dean Webb mandolin and vocals, Jeff Gilkinson on banjo and vocals and likely Paul York on drums. Not sure who was on bass, but if you listen close enough you may be able to figure it out.

01 Walking In Jerusalem
02 Daddy Was A Mover
03 Dooley
04 Ebo Walker
05 Annabelle Lee
06 The Charlotte Breakdown
07 Caney Creek
08 The Whiskey Before Breakfast
09 Old Cane Press
10 We Can Work It Out
11 Dueling Banjos
12 The Old Home Place
13 Somebody Touched Me
14 The Biggest Whatever
15 You’ve Got To Be Strong

Remastered by Mystic Hedgehog Studios from a reel to reel monophonic tape with an annoying high pitched hum to digital faux stereo. We claim no copyright in this recording, only the right to try and preserve a lost recording from a magnificent band.

Earl Scruggs Revue – Bill Monroe – The Stoneman Family 1971

The Earl Scruggs Revue, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys and The Stoneman Family from 1971. Fantastic group of performers, but especially enjoy the Stonemans, knee high go go boots, mini skirts and mandolin power chords. They don’t make bluegrass music like that anymore.