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Encyclopedia > New Grass Revival

New Grass Revival is a great bluegras band. The members were, Sam Bush (fiddle, mandolin), Bela Fleck (banjo), Pat Flynn( guiter) and John Cowan (bass). They broke up a few years ago but all of the members are still great musicians. Sam Bush Sam Bush (b. ... Béla Fleck (born July 10, 1958 in New York City, New York) is an American banjo player. ...

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New Grass Revival on MSN Music (577 words)
New Grass Revival, formed in 1972 by four former members of the Bluegrass Alliance, flourished in a decade when numerous groups took traditional bluegrass and changed it to varying degrees.
As their name suggested, New Grass Revival never played traditional bluegrass -- all of the members brought elements of rock & roll, jazz, and blues to the group's sound.
New Grass Revival moved to Sugar Hill Records in 1984 and released their first album featuring the new lineup, On the Boulevard.
New Grass Revival - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (758 words)
New Grass Revival was a progressive bluegrass band from 1971 to 1989.
New Yorkers Béla Fleck, a Juilliard-educated banjo prodigy, and Pat Flynn, a session guitarist, joined the group, and this lineup was stable for the remainder of the band's existence.
Bela Fleck with the New Grass Revival: Deviation (Rounder 1984)
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