Friday, November 25, 2022
You can't get much more bluegrass than this, a song by the father of bluegrass, Bill Monroe, who created the genre. One night in the 1960s, Bill and his band were aboard their old bus "The Bluegrass Breakdown," when it lived up to its name somewhere in the middle of Kentucky.
Watching the sunrise over the mountains and inspired by what Bill called the ancient tones (the whispering in nature), Bill and his young bandmate Peter Rowan came up with this song.
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