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Industrial Strength BluegrassSouthwestern Ohio's Musical Legacy$
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Fred Bartenstein and Curtis W. Ellison

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9780252043642

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: September 2021

DOI: 10.5622/illinois/9780252043642.001.0001

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Buckeyes in the Briar Patch

Buckeyes in the Briar Patch

Southwestern Ohio Bluegrass in the 1970s

Chapter:
(p.134) 8. Buckeyes in the Briar Patch
Source:
Industrial Strength Bluegrass
Author(s):

Jon Hartley Fox

Publisher:
University of Illinois Press
DOI:10.5622/illinois/9780252043642.003.0008

Bluegrass joined the “counterculture” in 1970s Ohio. Sam’s Bar and Grill, Aunt Maudie’s Country Garden, Arnold’s, King’s Row, and Village Tavern brought new followers and pioneer female and non-Appalachian musicians. WYSO, WPFB, WONE, WAIF, WMUB, WNKU, and WOBO all played bluegrass. The Allen Brothers, Larry Sparks, Boys from Indiana, Hotmud Family, Vernon McIntyre and Appalachian Grass, Katie Laur Band, and the Dry Branch Fire Squad were important bands based in the region. Fiddlin’ Van Kidwell, Bill Lowe, the Corndrinkers, Country Grass, Dixie Ryders, Hagan Brothers, Dorsey Harvey, Marcum Brothers, Muddy River, and Wheat Straw also participated in the flourishing local scene. Women (Pam Gadd, “Memphis Beck” Gentry, Julie Gray, Barb Kuhns, Katie Laur, Mary Jo Dickman Leet, Lora Murphy, Linda Scutt, Suzanne Thomas) were prominent.

Keywords:   Sam’s Bar and Grill, Aunt Maudie’s, King’s Row, Village Tavern, WYSO, Allen Brothers, Hotmud Family, Katie Laur, Dry Branch Fire Squad, Suzanne Thomas

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