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Beaumont Rag - David* & Billie Ray Johnson - Bluegrass (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. David and Billie Ray Johnson. From Classic Old-Time Fiddle from Smithsonian Folkways. Audio. Beaumont Rag View Cart. Buy Track $ Buy Track $ Track Info. Album. Classic Old-Time Fiddle from Smithsonian Folkways Billie Ray Johnson - Guitar.
  2. Bluegrass, an album by David and Billie Ray Johnson on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
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  4. Beaumont Family Bluegrass. likes. BEAUMONT! Is a Bluegrass band made up of members of the Beaumont family from San Antonio, Florida. They started playing together as the Beaumont Family Band in.
  5. Beaumont Rag (1st solo) Bryan Sutton: Beaumont Rag (2nd solo) Bryan Sutton: Blackberry Blossom: Clay Jones: Blackberry Blossom: Ondra Kozák Dance Of The Storks: Emil Formánek: Dear Old Dixie: Ondra Kozák: Decision At Glady Fork: Bryan Sutton: Deep Gap: Alison Brown: Devil´s Dream (1st solo) Ondra Kozák: Devil´s Dream (2nd solo.
  6. – David* And Billie Ray Johnson: Beaumont Rag Fiddle, Banjo, Mandolin, Bass – David Johnson (22) Guitar – Billie Ray Johnson: 19 – Fred Price With Clint Howard: Richmond Blues Fiddle – Fred Price Guitar, Vocals – Clint Howard: 20 – Wade Ward: Mississippi Sawyer Fiddle – Wade Ward: 21 – Buddy Pendleton With /5(2).
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  8. It was a very exciting time. So much music, great entertainers, and they put a lot of zest into their music, a lot of showmanship. First we called ourselves The Country Boys (JoAnne dropped out of our group when she was about 17, and I was 18). In a few more years we were joined by banjo player Billy Ray Lathum,, and later The Kentucky Colonels.

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