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  1. The LillyBrothers and Don Stover on banjo from Early Recordings glitabsilocircginkkesubpostgerbvachan.co is actually from , and the album was released in A single RPM of Tragic Romance was released in All were from Ralegh County, West Virginia, and are .
  2. Lilly Brothers & Don Stover ‎– Early Recordings Label: County Records ‎– Format: Vinyl, LP Tragic Romance Written-By – Morris* A3: Southern Skies: A4: Long Journey Home: A5: REB-CD Lilly Brothers & Don Stover/5(8).
  3. A discography of commercial sound recordings of bluegrass music, that portion of the country/folk music universe which was based largely on the string band music of Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, the Stanley Brothers, and others, originating in the mids. Included are singles, EPs, LPs, CDs, as well as information on the labels releasing these recordings.
  4. The Lilly Brothers moved to Boston and formed a group called the "Confederate Mountaineers" who consisted of the brothers on guitar and mandolin, Logan on fiddle, and Don Stover on glitabsilocircginkkesubpostgerbvachan.co performed on WCOP's Hayloft Jamboree and as a house band at local clubs such as the Plaza Bar, the Mohawk Ranch, and the Hillbilly Ranch. Soon, they were making records for the Folkways, Prestige .
  5. In the s, the Lilly Brothers & Don Stover reunited for occasional festival appearances (sometimes with Tex Logan), a gospel album on County, and two tours of Japan that produced three live LPs. Don recorded an album on the Towa label with Everett Alan Lilly and three long-overdue albums under his own name, two for Rounder and one for Old.
  6. , joined the WWVA Wheeling Jamboree as the Lilly Mountaineers. , Everett played mandolin with Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs on many of their classic early recordings. , moved to Boston and joined fiddler Tex Logan and banjo player Don Stover to form The Lilly Brothers.
  7. Brothers Everett and "B" Lilly of West Virginia partnered with banjo great Don Stover to lay down this honest, first-class rendition of bluegrass roots. The Lillys' harmony vocals and Stover’s classic banjo style made this a milestone recording when it was first released by Folkways in
  8. Aug 24,  · In the Lilly Brothers and Don Stover made the first of several successful tours of Japan. They recorded for Event Records (material later released as Early Recordings by County Records), Folkways and Prestige International (Bluegrass Breakdown – Rounder) and, in , a set of live recordings Live At Hillbilly Ranch (released in Japan.

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