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Clyde moody-Vol 1 Six White Horses

April 7, 2018

7th April – remembering singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Clyde Moody (Sep 19, 1915 – Apr 7, 1989), one of the founders of Bluegrass music. He contributed vocals and mandolin on the first recordings of Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys in October 1940 a session which included the classic Six White Horses featuring Moody’s bluegrassy mandolin playing. His 50 year performing ┬ácareer continued through to 1989 and covered all genres of country music and included one million-seller, Shenandoah Waltz, in 1947.

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