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New Lost City Ramblers

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  • Even so, the story of the New Lost City Ramblers is a crucial part of the postwar counterculture of dissidents and dropouts who worked as hard at their craft as any nine-to-fivers.

    Better Than the Real Thing?

  • I mean, I was a fan of in addition to being a huge fan of people like Bob Dylan, I was a huge fan of the Holy Modal Rounders and the New Lost City Ramblers, the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, you know, these bands that use this old-timey source, along with jazz and blues, and made it kind of contemporary.

    Loudon Wainwright's 'Charlie Poole Project'

  • The New Lost City Ramblers made many appearances on "Hootenanny" on ABC TV in the mid-1960s, lowering themselves to perform with all those unenlightened "commercial" acts.

    The Day the Folk Music Thrived

  • One of the most important postwar indie labels was Folkways, home not only to Lead Belly and Woody Guthrie but also to their musical descendants, the New Lost City Ramblers.

    Better Than the Real Thing?

  • He brought dozens of other older, traditional musicians to the stage alongside him and with his group, the New Lost City Ramblers.

    Mike Seeger Cleared Paths, Showed Us The Way

  • I mean, I was a fan of - in addition to being a huge fan of people like Bob Dylan, I was a huge fan of the Holy Modal Rounders and the New Lost City Ramblers, the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, you know, these bands that use this old-timey source, along with jazz and blues, and made it kind of contemporary.

    A 'Handsome' Tribute From Loudon Wainwright

  • He brought dozens of other older, traditional musicians to the stage alongside him and with his group, the New Lost City Ramblers.

    Mike Seeger Cleared Paths, Showed Us The Way

  • After some informal playing and swapping of repertoire, they burst onto the New York folk scene with an album for Folkways Records in 1959, bearing only the name of their group, The New Lost City Ramblers.

    New Lost City Ramblers Look Back At 50 Years

  • He was a talented banjo and guitar player who co-founded the New Lost City Ramblers in the late 1950s.

    Mike Seeger Cleared Paths, Showed Us The Way

  • He was a talented banjo and guitar player who co-founded the New Lost City Ramblers in the late 1950s.

    Mike Seeger Cleared Paths, Showed Us The Way

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