Ralph Stanley

Ralph Stanley

Ralph Edmund Stanley (born February 25, 1927), also known as Dr. Ralph Stanley, is an American bluegrass artist, known for his distinctive singing and banjo playing.

Read more about Ralph Stanley:  Biography, Today, Musical Style, Selected Discography, Honors, Awards, Distinctions

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... In early 1963, Curly Ray left the Fiddlers to play with The Stanley Brothers ... He played with them on a part-time basis until Carter Stanley's death in 1966 ... When Ralph Stanley re-configured the band in 1967, Curly Ray signed on as his full-time fiddler ...
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Larry Sparks - Biography
... quite young influenced by artists such as Wayne Raney, Stanley Brothers, Tommy Sutton and Paul "Moon" Mullins ... rock bands while he was in high school, his bluegrass career began when he joined the Stanley Brothers in 1964 ... Mullins, who knew the Stanley Brothers, recommended Sparks to them and he was hired after an audition ...
Stagecoach Festival - Lineups By Year
... Rich Gretchen Wilson Trace Adkins George Jones Jack Ingram Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys Halfway to Hazard Jerry Douglas Ian Tyson The Isaacs Michael Martin ... The Farm The Del McCoury Band Brett Eldredge Aaron Lewis Ralph Stanley His Clinch Mountain Boys JD Crowe the New South (band) The Grascals Uncle Monk Sara Watkins ...
Ralph Stanley - Honors, Awards, Distinctions
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    We’re not blind and we’re not fools. We’re just plain, sensible people who refuse to be fooled by a lot of supernatural nonsense.... There’s no magic in dried lizards and dead chickens.
    —Eric Taylor. Robert Siodmak. Frank Stanley (Robert Paige)