I Love My Honey I Do - Santford Kelly - Santford Kelly (CD, Album)

Download I Love My Honey I Do - Santford Kelly - Santford Kelly (CD, Album)
Label: Field Recorders Collective - FRC503 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •


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3 thoughts on “ I Love My Honey I Do - Santford Kelly - Santford Kelly (CD, Album)

  1. Mitaxe
    Clarence Kelly, Santford’s son, years after being given a guitar through a trade his father made involving 6 ducks, later became an influential bluegrass musician. Ricky Skaggs, who grew up in this area of Kentucky, also learned from and was influenced by Santford Kelly. – Peter Hoover. Additional Notes: Santford Kelly.
  2. Jutilar
    Mar 25,  · In August , when this CD was issued, I had the great pleasure of meeting Clarence Kelly, Santford’s son (he is the boy, pictured in the photo of Santford used in the OTH article referenced above), who is a current bluegrass performer based in Kentucky. He .
  3. Zulur
    From the opening track, I Love My Honey, with its stripped down banjo, rhythm and voice, she shows you where she's from-- "a girl who ran barefoot through muddy festivals, soaking up traditional American music and dance." Although this tune (from fiddler Santford Kelly) and the album have those late night acoustic elements of fire and firewater, its overall sound has a more global, contemporary singer .

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