2020 Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

Each year since 1998 has afforded the American Banjo Museum the opportunity to honor the best of the best in the banjo world with induction into the American Banjo Museum Hall of Fame. Originally established as The National Four-String Banjo Hall of Fame, early honorees were jazz age four-string banjo

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2018 Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

Each year since 1998 has afforded the American Banjo Museum the opportunity to honor the best of the best in our banjo world with their induction into the American Banjo Museum Hall of Fame. Originally established as The National Four-String Banjo Hall of Fame, early honorees were jazz age four-string

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Bluegrass Today writes about ABM Hall of Fame

https://bluegrasstoday.com/j-d-crowe-and-deering-banjos-enter-banjo-hall-of-fame/ Click here to see article

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Deering Banjos | Bringing Music to the Masses

Greg Deering learned woodworking from his father and, at the age of 12, purchased his first banjo and learned to play the music of the Kingston Trio. Deering went on to make his first banjo as an industrial arts major at San Diego State College and, in 1970, joined other

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J.D. Crowe | Architect of the New South

A second generation Kentucky Bluegrass pioneer, J.D. Crowe cut his first record in 1956 with the Sunny Mountain Boys. Crowe’s career is defined as much by the bands he has helmed as the sound he created. Crowe absorbed and interpolated the musical and cultural nuances of his predecessors such as

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