Scruggs Style Banjo Playing
Bluegrass, Banjo, American Folk music, Southern music
A banjo solo by Earl Scruggs in his song, Foggy Mountain Breakdown which was first recorded in 1949. The distinctive, three-fingered picking style is created using thumb, fore, and middle fingers. This style revolutionized string band music and became the iconic sound of bluegrass.
Earl Scruggs, Lester Flatt, and The Foggy Mountain Boys. Earl Scruggs, banjo; Lester Flatt, guitar.
Excerpt of Earl Scruggs, Lester Flatt & The Foggy Mountain Boys "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" from the album The Millennium Collection: The Best of Flatt & Scruggs
Apr 24, 2001
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