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I'll Meet You In The MorningWhen My Blue Moon Turns To Gold AgainLord Build Me A Cabin In GlorylandLetter From My DarlingYou'll Find Her Name Written ThereLog Cabin In The LaneMidnight On The Stormy DeepSold Down The RiverJohn HardyGoodbye Old PalWhen The Cactus Is In BloomLittle Girl And The Dreadful SnakeJust Over In The GlorylandWhen The Golden Leaves Begin To FallFoggy Mountain TopNo Letter In The MailBlue Moon Of KentuckyColumbus Stockade BluesMule Skinner BluesPut My Little Shoes AwayOn And OnYou Won't Be Satisfied That WayWait A Little Longer Please JesusI Am A PilgrimIn The PinesI'm Going Back To Old KentuckyPig In A PenCarolina Sunshine GirlI'll Meet You In Church Sunday MorningSince My Sweet Love Ain't AroundWhen The Bees Are In The HiveI'm On My Way Back To The Old HomeI Saw The LightWalk Softly On This Heart Of MineThe Old FiddlerThe One I Love Is GoneOn The Old Kentucky ShoreJimmy Brown The NewsboySugar Coated LoveIt's Mighty Dark To TravelPlant Some Flowers By My GraveRemember The CrossCrying Holy Unto My LordJust A Little Talk With JesusBrand New ShoesI Hear A Sweet Voice CallingI'm Blue I'm LonesomeMuddy WaterHappy On My WayLittle Cabin Home On The HillYou're Drifting AwayLinda LouLive And Let LivePoison LoveMy Old Kentucky And YouLord Protect My SoulShake My Mother's Hand For MeWaiting At The GateToy HeartWicked Path Of SinRoane Country PrisonWhite House BluesHarbor Of LoveSally JoeI'm Rolling OnTime Changes EverythingCome Back To Me In My DreamsCry Cry DarlingThe Old CrossroadsOle Slew-footI Believed In You DarlingRoll In My Sweet Baby's ArmsJohn HenryUncle PenWhere Is My Sailor Boy?
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Related Information for Bill Monroe Bill Monroe (September 13, 1911 – September 9, 1996) developed the style of country music known as bluegrass, which takes its name from his band, the "Blue Grass Boys," named for his home state of Kentucky. Monroe's performing career spanned 60 years as a singer, instrumentalist, composer and bandleader. He is often referred to as "the father of bluegrass."In the rock (and roll) community, Bill Monroe may be best known via one of Elvis Presley's earl.. read more