Kentucky Traveler (Pdf kindle) AUTHOR Ricky Skaggs

Summary Kentucky Traveler

Uide to Bedrock Country Songs a lovingly compiled walk through the songs that have moved Skaggs the most throughout his life; Songs the Lord Taught Us a primer on Skaggs’s most essential gospel songs; and a bevy of personal snapshots of his musical heroesFo. Just about anyone interested in bluegrass andor country music would be predisposed to welcome Ricky Skaggs new autobiography A musical prodigy who at age 6 played on stage with Bill Monroe Monroe handed over his famous Lloyd Loar mandolin for the performance Skaggs was featured on a show the next year with Flatt Scruggs Later on as a teenager he joined Ralph Stanley s bluegrass band along with his friend and future country music star Keith Whitley this led to stints with the Country Gentlemen and J D Crowe and the New South Thereafter following a brief period with his own influential group Boone Creek Skaggs was hired by Emmylou Harris Perhaps that experience whetted his appetite for a type of commercial country music that contained echoes of traditional bluegrass in any case after leaving Harris Skagg

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Kentucky Traveler

In Kentucky Traveler Ricky Skaggs the music legend who revived modern bluegrass music gives a warm honest one of a kind memoir of forty years in music along with the Ten Commandments of Bluegrass as handed down by Ricky’s mentor Bill Monroe; the Essential G. Very folksy aw shucks auto bio with fascinating stories about working with Bill Monroe Ralph Stanley and Emmylou Harris among other greats This book is about his music but also very much about his Christian faith lots of religious content Players and gearheads will enjoy the detailed talk about particular guitars and mandolins and other instruments throughout

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R readers of Johnny Cash’s autobiography lovers of O Brother Where Art Thou and fans of country music and bluegrass Kentucky Traveler is a priceless look at America’s most cherished and vibrant musical tradition through the eyes of someone who has lived i. A must read fir Ricky Skaggs fans


10 thoughts on “Kentucky Traveler

  1. says:

    I have to be honest I've heard bluegrass and been to a show or two but to know the history of it or the intricate details I know nothing I know a little now My little monkey absolutely loves bluegrass I listen to music all the time and she just loves music But unexplainably she adores bluegrass So it was pretty neat to learn some

  2. says:

    Very folksy aw shucks auto bio with fascinating stories about working with Bill Monroe Ralph Stanley and Emmylou Harris among other greats This book is about his music but also very much about his Christian faith l

  3. says:

    Skaggs talks about his early life born in 1954 in rural Kentucky his musical parents and his development as a mandolinviolinand guitar player His earliest influence after his parents was Bill Monroe famous bluegrass musician The book was a good combination of his family musical development musical groups he was a part of his great love for

  4. says:

    Just about anyone interested in bluegrass andor country music would be predisposed to welcome Ricky Skaggs' new autobiography A musical prodigy who at age 6 played on stage with Bill Monroe Monroe handed over his famous Lloyd Loar mandolin for the performance Skaggs was featured on a show the next year with Flatt Scruggs Later on

  5. says:

    uite an interesting look into the life and career of this marvelously talented musician Some reviewers cut Ricky down for including so much commentary on religion and the part it's played in his life and while it might seem a bit excessive at times the bottom line is that I am actually proud to see Ricky unashamed to profess his faith andy f

  6. says:

    In Kentucky Traveler Ricky Skaggs the music legend who revived modern bluegrass music gives a warm honest one of a kind memoir of forty years i

  7. says:

    Informative book on the life career of Ricky Skaggs as well as history of Bluegrass music

  8. says:

    A must read fir Ricky Skaggs fans

  9. says:

    Ricky's voice is as clear as mountain air in this excellent autobiography that spills over with his passion for music family and God

  10. says:

    Fascinating history of Bluegrass music and how to stay real in the music world