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Richard Brown

Accomplished Monroe-style mandolin-player Richie Brown currently serves on the board of directors of the International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, Kentucky. Richie is associate director of the Museum's Monroe-style mandolin camp and a regular faculty member of Mandolin Camp North. He has contributed several original instrumental compositions to the Reunion Band's repertoire and sings lead and baritone on harmony trios.

Dusty & Stones

Dusty & Stones is a Country Music duo from Swaziland, Africa, consisting of cousins, Gazi 'Dusty' Simelane and Linda 'Stones' Msibi, both vocalists, guitarists and songwriters. Swaziland is a small country (a Kingdom) sharing its borders with The Republic of South Africa and Mozambique. The duo was founded in 2005.

Charley Patton

It has been suggested by some kind sirs in the comments that maybe Charley was head of some clandestine tea drinking coven. There are some that say Shakespeare never wrote those plays but they were written by Elizabeth 1 while she was waiting for some blind beggar to be beheaded for stealing an apple from her orchard.

Cheick Hamala Diabate

Cheick Hamala Diabate is a musician from Mali, West Africa who has been nominated for a Grammy award. Using Adelphi, Marylandas his home he travels all over the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. He has performed at the Kennedy Center, the United States Senate, and the Smithsonian Institution. Cheick Hamala was born into a griot family in Kita, Mali. From a young age he learned to play the ngoni, a stringed instrument related to the American banjo. In addition, Cheick has learned the history of Mali passed down for over 800 years. Cheick has performed internationally.

Charley Pride

Charley Frank Pride (March 18, 1934 – December 12, 2020) was an American singer, guitarist, and professional baseball player. His greatest musical success came in the early to mid-1970s, when he was the best-selling performer for RCA Records since Elvis Presley.[1] During the peak years of his recording career (1966–1987), he had 52 top-10 hits on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, 30 of which made it to number one.