By Bob Black
Invoice Monroe is so foundational to bluegrass song that the whole style took its identify from his band, the Blue Grass Boys. In Come Hither to head Yonder, Bob Black recounts his years spent as a member of that seminal band. whereas different paintings on invoice Monroe has been written from a historic standpoint, Come Hither to head Yonder is informed from the point of view of a musician who used to be really there. full of observations made of the original vantage element of a guy who has traveled and played greatly with the grasp, this e-book is Bob Black's own memoir in regards to the profound effect that Monroe exerted at the musicians who've carried at the bluegrass culture within the wake of his 1996 demise. This quantity additionally incorporates a entire directory of Bob Black's appearances with Monroe, his so much memorable reviews whereas they labored jointly, short descriptions of the extra vital musicians and bands pointed out, and recommendations for extra examining and listening. supplying an extraordinary viewpoint at the inventive forces that drove considered one of America's maximum composers and musical innovators, Come Hither to move Yonder will deeply present any lovers of invoice Monroe, of bluegrass, or of yankee vernacular song. Bob Black performed banjo as one among invoice Monroe's Blue Grass Boys. He recorded with Monroe at the Weary visitor album, and later performed with dollar White and the Down domestic parents. He seems on a few mess around albums by way of Kenny Baker, and has played with Ricky Skaggs, Ralph Stanley, Rhonda Vincent, Marty Stuart, Frank Wakefield, John Hartford, the Whites, and different artists. He at the moment lives close to Iowa urban, the place he plays in ideal Strangers, the Banjoy Band, and different teams. He has released articles in Bluegrass limitless and in 2002 obtained the Iowa Arts Council's conventional Arts Award. Neil Rosenberg experiences modern vernacular tune traditions, together with the song and lives of bluegrass, nation and people musicians in Canada and the USA. he's the writer of Bluegrass: A background. A quantity within the sequence song in American existence
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Extra resources for Come Hither to Go Yonder: Playing Bluegrass with Bill Monroe
I made it up while ﬁshing from the banks of the Raccoon River one night. ” I often used to take my banjo along when I went ﬁshing. I carried it over my shoulder in an old white canvas mail sack. “US MAIL” was printed in black letters on the side. (I got the mail sack from a lady my mother worked for. ) One dark night I was walking home from a ﬁshing trip, carrying my ﬁshing pole and my banjo in its mail sack. A nondescript-looking car pulled up to the curb next to me. ” He turned on the dome light in his car, and I saw he was wearing a policeman’s uniform.
It seems he had been getting them repaired and had sent a boy to go pick them up. The kid dropped them, the plate broke, and Bill had to perform on the Grand Ole Opry with half his false teeth missing. It was at the Grand Ole Opry that I ﬁrst introduced Bill to my parents. Mom and Dad had made the eleven-hour-plus drive to Music City, and I took them both to our Opry performance. They sat right on stage, at the back, among other special guests. When I took them to meet Bill, I felt just like a schoolboy at an open house, introducing my parents to my teacher.
Mr. Van Dame had been with the Opry for so many years he had become a ﬁxture—and a beloved friend to all of the performers. He always took time to visit with the entertainers for a while before directing them back to their dressing rooms. I informed Mr. Van Dame that I was playing with Bill Monroe. After looking over his list, he told me which room had been assigned to Bill and the Blue Grass Boys. Backstage, the halls and dressing rooms were buzzing with activity. Opry square-dance girls in brightly hued skirts tapped up and down the backstage hallways in their dancing shoes.
Come Hither to Go Yonder: Playing Bluegrass with Bill Monroe by Bob Black