GENERAL CHAT » FAVOURITE BAND, SOLO ARTIST, ALBUM, SONG
Puppylove, can we continue this discussion on your book thread?
i already made a thead for religion so... like... yeah.
i don't mind if you call me by my real name, but aardman staff might
is just cause its so much easier to call you ..
Puppylove,I posted my question before I saw your thread. Thank You!
Hi everyone. I think it's best not to continue this discussion about religion and faith as this is a thread about music
We have a seperate thread for religion now. Sorry for not staying on topic.
Favorite band: Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, and the Foggy Mountain Boys
Favorite solo artist: Steve Martin
Favorite album: Flatt and Scruggs Live at Carnegie Hall!
Favorite song: "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" by Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, and the Foggy Mountain Boys
I've got a cd by Steve Martin. I had no idea he was so good. : )
i dont know any of those guys
Banjo boy, I am from Kentucky "the bluegrass state" the home of Bill Monroe, so bluegrass is sort of in my blood. I don't play anything, but I don't know if you have seen any of my Beaver Creek Episodes, but they have a lot of bluegrass influence.
Sometimes I practically live on Martha White cornbread with "hot rize" (I am sure you got that reference.)
@puppylove i hav never heard of any of them either but if they r US artists it is less likely 4 me 2 have heard of them as i am English
well.. i dont have anything to do with japonise and i love this singer called hatsune miku http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdXgoIjS7UM&feature=related
I would say that a lot of Americans wouldn't know who Flatt and Scruggs are. They are bluegrass musicians so unfortunately in some parts of the country they are probably virtually unknown
what do you mean by 'bluegrass'
dosent anyone have curiosity on he song i posted???
Bluegrass developed out of the folk music of the Appalachian mountains in states like Kentucky, Tennessee, virginia and the Carolina's. It is usually very traditional, with all acoustic instruments, guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and standup bass. I think it is one of those things where you either love it or you hate it, it might sound like hillbilly music. Google Flatt and Scruggs, and that is bluegrass at it's most perfect.
@puppylove why should we, it's fine 4 u 2 like it
o dunno, find a good singer?didnt say you had to
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