Podcast: A Tribute to Ralph Stanley
Episode #16-09 | airing 3-02-16

Ralph Stanley Retires

Update: Sadly, Ralph Stanley passed away on June 23 2016 at age 89.

I believe it’s important to give tribute while the subject is still with us. Ralph Stanley turned 89 on February 25th and although he’s lost a step or two he’s still performing selected dates with his band The Clinch Mountain Boys. On this week’s program we’ll hear classics from Carter and Ralph Stanley along with some of the many musicians who have been a part of The Clinch Mountain Boys.

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Artist / “Title” / CD / Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer” / Songs Of Hope And Struggle /
        Smithsonian-Folkways

George Shuffler & James Alan Shelton / “Old Leather” / The
        Legacy Continues/ Copper Creek
Stanley Brothers / “The Angels are Singing in Heaven Today” /
        1948-1952 / Bear Family
Bill Monroe & the Blue Grass Boys / Sugar Coated Love” / The
        Music of Bill Monroe / MCA
Charles River Valley Boys / “White Dove” / Bluegrass and Old
        Timey Music / Prestige
Charles Sawtelle / Gonna Paint the Town” / Music from Rancho
        DeVille / Acoustic Disc

Stanley Brothers / “Come All You Tenderhearted” / An Evening
        Long Ago / Columbia-DMZ
Mike Seeger / “East Virginia Blues” / Third Annual Farewell
        Reunion / Rounder
Kenny & Amanda Smith Band / “Our Last goodbye” / Always Never
        Enough / Rebel
Lonesome Standard Time / “The Sweetest Love” / Mighty
        Lonesome / Sugar Hill
George Shuffler & James Alan Shelton / “Katy Dear” / The
        Legacy Continues / Copper Creek

Charlie Sizemore / “Red Wicked Wine” / Heartache Looking
        for a Home / Rounder
Larry Sparks / “Loving You too Well” / Lonesome and then
        Some / Rebel
Don Rigsby / “Home in the Mountains” / Dr’s Orders / Rebel
Jack Cooke / “Sittin’ On Top of the World” / Sittin’ On
        Top of the World / Pinecastle

Ralph Stanley / “Man of Constant Sorrow” / Man of Constant
        Sorrow / Cracker Barrel
Bob Dylan / “The Lonesome River” / Tell Tale Signs / Columbia
Louie Setzer / “Rollin’ On Rubber Wheels” / Jukebox
        Bluegrass / Patunxent
Pete Seeger / “If I Had a Hammer (excerpt)” / Songs of Hope and Struggle /
        Smithsonian Folkways

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