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Sam Bush (Born 1952)

Sam Bush is a renowned mandolin player and accomplished bluegrass vocalist originally from Bowling Green, Kentucky. He formed the improvisational bluegrass band, The Newgrass Revival, in 1971. Over the years of its existence, the band went through many changes of personnel, and when it disbanded for good in 1989, Bush was the sole remaining founding member of the group. He joined Emmylou Harris’ Nash Ramblers, and, in 1995, worked as a sideman with Lyle Lovett and Bela Fleck’s Flecktones. He has been touring and recording with his own band since the mid-nineties.

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