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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 career continued through to 1989 and covered all genres of country music and included one million-seller, Shenandoah Waltz, in 1947.
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