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Thread: In Memory of Earl Scruggs

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    In Memory of Earl Scruggs

    I just cannot allow this great musician to pass without expressing my deep sadness. Although the banjo is not my instrument Earl Scruggs has always had my greatest respect. He knew how to make the banjo work with styles of music that would perplex other musicians. That list includes King Curtis, Bob Dylan and Elton John. He was not only a great musician but also a good man. When I was a child one of my favorite times of the week was to watch Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs on the Grand Ole Oprah on Saturday afternoon. R.I.P. Earl

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    My first stringed instrument was a 5 string banjo. Sad to see him go.

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