Top Bill Monroe Albums
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Live 1964 (Live)
Live 1964 (Live)
[2014]
The Collection '36-'59
The Collection '36-'59
[2014]
Countrypolitan Classics - Bill Monroe
Countrypolitan Classics - Bill Monroe
[2013]
The Essential Bill Monroe
The Essential Bill Monroe
[2013]
Instrumental Tribute to Bill Monroe
Instrumental Tribute to Bill Monroe
[2011]
Bluegrass Best (Live)
Bluegrass Best (Live)
[2010]
Uncle Penn
Uncle Penn
[2010]
All Time Greatest Country Artists-Bill Monroe-Vol. 26
All Time Greatest Country Artists-Bill Monroe-Vol. 26
[2010]
Blue Grass Memories
Blue Grass Memories
[2010]
All Time Greatest Country Artists (Volume 27)
All Time Greatest Country Artists (Volume 27)
[2009]
Bill Monroe
Bill Monroe
[2009]
Uncle Pen - Live
Uncle Pen - Live
[2009]
At His Best (Live)
At His Best (Live)
[2006]
The Early Years
The Early Years
[2006]
I Saw the Light
I Saw the Light
[2005]
Bluegrass Masters
Bluegrass Masters
[2005]
Live at Mechanics Hall
Live at Mechanics Hall
[2004]
Bill Monroe - The Father of Bluegrass (feat. Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys)
Bill Monroe - The Father of Bluegrass (feat. Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys)
[2003]
RCA Country Legends: Bill Monroe
RCA Country Legends: Bill Monroe
[2002]
Live from Mountain Stage
Live from Mountain Stage
[1999]
16 Gems
16 Gems
[1996]
Country Music Hall of Fame Series: Bill Monroe
Country Music Hall of Fame Series: Bill Monroe
[1991]
Cryin' Holy Unto the Lord
Cryin' Holy Unto the Lord
[1991]
Bluegrass '87
Bluegrass '87
[1987]
Columbia Historic Edition: Bill Monroe
Columbia Historic Edition: Bill Monroe
[1987]
Bean Blossom (Live, 1973 Bean Blossom, Indiana)
Bean Blossom (Live, 1973 Bean Blossom, Indiana)
[1973]
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Blue Moon Of Kentucky lyricsMule Skinner Blues lyricsChristmas Time Is Coming lyricsUncle Pen lyricsTrue Life Blues lyricsThat Home Above lyricsOrange Blossom Special lyricsSweetheart You Done Me Wrong lyricsCabin Of Love lyricsLonesome Road Blues lyricsI'll Meet You In The Morning lyricsThe Brakeman's Blues lyricsSittin' Alone In The Moonlight lyricsPrecious Memories lyricsDown In The Willow Garden lyricsMy Sweet Blue Eyed Darling lyricsI've Found A Hiding Place lyricsGoing Home lyricsAlong About Daybreak lyricsMemories Of Mother And Dad lyricsMother's Only Sleeping lyricsMy Sweet Darlin' lyricsMansions For Me lyricsShady Grove lyricsHallelujah I'm Ready lyricsClose By lyricsBlue Ridge Mountain Blues lyricsGirl In The Blue Velvet Band lyricsBallad Of Jed Clampett lyricsOut In The Cold World lyricsFree Born Man lyricsYou Won't Be Satisfied That Way lyricsNobody Loves Me lyricsFarther Along lyricsIt Makes No Difference Now lyricsBlue Night lyricsI'm Coming Back But I Don't Know When lyricsAll The Good Times Are Past And Gone lyricsColumbus Stockade Blues lyricsSummertime Is Past And Gone lyricsThinking About You lyricsNever Again lyricsThose Memories lyricsDrifting Too Far From The Shore lyricsCan't You Hear Me Callin' lyricsRocky Road Blues lyricsY'all Come lyricsGotta Travel On lyricsDown In Caroline lyricsI Live In The Past lyricsTennessee lyricsWhite Rose lyricsThe First Whippoorwill lyricsThis World Is Not My Home lyricsCome Go With Me lyricsJohn Henry lyricsBlue Grass Stomp lyricsTennessee Blues lyricsGet Up John lyricsSweet Little Miss Blue Eyes lyricsSwing Low, Sweet Chariot lyricsI Wish You Knew lyricsI Was Left On The Street lyricsSix White Horses lyricsI'm Sittin' On Top Of The World lyricsI'm Travelin' On And On lyricsWhat Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul - The Monroe Brothers lyricsPoor White Folks lyricsCripple Creek lyricsWalking In Jerusalem lyricsRawhide lyricsI Want To Go With You lyricsLet Me Rest At The End Of My Journey lyricsI Wonder Where You Are Tonight lyricsRoll On Buddy, Roll On lyrics
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Related Information for Bill MonroeBill 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 earliest. read more