RECORD LABEL:Man-Do-Lin Productions
This traditional instrumental song was made famous because of J.D.’s speed and dexterity. Recorded at Carlton Haney’s 1971 Labor Day Bluegrass Festival in Camp Springs, NC. This was the first festival in which Tony Rice joined the group. J.D. Crowe renamed the group The New South the week after the festival. J.D. Crowe was inducted into the Bluegrass Hall of Fame in 2003, with Tony Rice joining him in 2013. This is the first time it is available for audio digital streaming.
KEY SELLING POINTS
- Banjo Master & Bluegrass Legend
- IBMA Bluegrass Hall of Fame Inductee in 2003, IBMA Banjo Player of the Year (1994) and (2004)
- Performed with Bluegrass Legend Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys and play on classic Decca recordings; “Sophronie”, “Home Run Man”, “Bear Tracks”, “Cripple Creek”, “Big Country”, “Rock Hearts”, “My Walking Shoes”,” She left Me Again” and many more.
- J.D. Crowe & The New South self-titled album (a.k.a. “044)” is a classic Bluegrass Album!
- Other IBMA Awards include Album of the Year (2007) – Lefty’s Old Guitar, Album of the Year (2006) – Celebration of Life: Musicians Against Childhood Cancer (Various Artists), Collaborative Recording of the Year (2011) – “Prayer Bells of Heaven” with Doyle Lawson, Paul Williams, Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year (2011) – “Prayer Bells of Heaven” with Doyle Lawson, Paul Williams.