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Sam & Kirk McGee - Stars Of The Grand Old Opry Sam & Kirk McKee album flac

Performer: Sam & Kirk McGee
Genre: Folk music
Title: Stars Of The Grand Old Opry Sam & Kirk McKee
Country: US
Released: 1964
Style: Country
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Listen to music from Sam & Kirk McGee like Milk'em In the Evening Blues and Roll On Buddy. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sam & Kirk McGee. The McGee Brothers were an American old-time performing duo consisting of brothers Sam McGee (b. Samuel Fleming McGee, May 1, 1894, d. August 21, 1975) and Kirk McGee (b. David Kirkland McGee, November 4, 1899, d. October 24, 1983). Sam typically played guitar and Kirk usually played banjo or fiddle, although they were both proficient in multiple string instruments.

The guitar and banjo duo specialized in a truly hillbilly style with strong comic underpinnings a la Dave Macon and Grandpa Jones but with dizzying chops. When Mike Seeger (Pete's half-brother) and other folk enthusiasts rediscovered them in the mid 50’s, the duo became staples of folk-revival festivals, including Newport. SAM & KIRK MCGEE LIVE: 1955-1967 OUTSTANDING IN THEIR FIELD.

Ray Price, Webb Pierce, Sam and Kirk McGee, Jordanaires, June Carter Cash, Moon Mullican, Red Sovine, Jean Shepard, Carl Smith, Faron Young, Van Howard, Lonzo and Oscar/Cousin Jody, Minnie Pearl, Rod Brasfield, The Grand Ole Opry Dancers and the World Champion Cloggers.

Vintage Grand Old Opry Opryland Country Poster Randy Travis 1990s 22 x30" Rare.

Sam & Kirk McGee were one of the earliest country music duos. During the nearly six decades they were active, the McGees performed and recorded as a duo and in conjunction with Uncle Dave Macon's Fruit Jar Drinkers, Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys, and fiddler Arthur Smith.

Radio Stories from Nashville WSM Radio - The Birth of The Grand Ole Opry - DeFord Bailey "The Harmonica Wizard". Produced by The Kitchen Sisters (Nikki Silva & Davia Nelson) with Laura Folger Mixed by Jim McKee at Earwax Productions, San Francisco. DeFord Bailey, Pan American, Alcoholic Blues, Black Man Blues, Old Hen Cackle (Take 1 &2 ), Sook Cow, Evening Prayer, Talk About Grandfather, Shoe Shine Boy, John Henry, Hesitation Blues, (The Legendary DeFord Bailey Country Music's First Black Star - TFS-122 Tennessee Folklore Society Records Middle Tennessee State University, Box 201 Murfreesboro TN 37132). Sam & Kirk McGee, Salt Lake City, Chevrolet Car (Nashville The early String bands Vol. 1 CD County Records, . Box 7405, Charlottesville, VA, CO-CD3522).

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A1 Chitlin' Cookin'
A2 Time In Cheatum County
A3 Massa's In The Cold, Cold Ground
A4 Sittin' On Top Of The World
A5 Roll On Buddy
B1 Milk Cow Blues
B2 Raining Teardrops
B3 Ten Years
B4 The Leaves Mustn' Fall
B5 Waltz Medley

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DS 2470, DS 6-68 Sam & Kirk McGee Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry ‎(LP, Album) Diplomat Records, Diplomat Records DS 2470, DS 6-68 US Unknown
G 1505 Sam & Kirk McGee Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry ‎(LP, Album) Guest Star G 1505 US 1966