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Crowe, J. D

LC control no.n 82022727
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationML418.C76 Biography
Personal name headingCrowe, J. D.
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Variant(s)Crowe, James Dee
See alsoCorporate body: New South (Musical group)
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Corporate body: Kentucky Mountain Boys
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Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1937-08-27
Death date2021-12-24
Place of birthLexington (Ky.)
Profession or occupationBluegrass musicians Banjoists Guitarists
Found inThe Bluegrass album [SR] c1981 (a.e.) container (J. D. Crowe, banjo)
Encyc. of pop. mus., 3rd ed. (Crowe, J.D.; b. James Dee Crowe, Aug. 27, 1937, Lexington, KY; banjoist)
Wikipedia, viewed June 25, 2019: under "J. D. Crowe" (James Dee Crowe; born August 27, 1937 in Lexington, Kentucky; American banjo and guitar player and bluegrass band leader; founder of Kentucky Mountain Boys, later renamed J.D. and the New South)
Kentucky encyclopedia, ©1992: pages 243-244 ("James Dee Crowe" founded the Kentucky Mountain Boys in 1964. He changed the group's name in 1971 to J. D. Crowe and the New South.)
Rolling Stone (online), viewed December 27, 2021: “J. D. Crowe, Bluegrass banjo icon, dead at 84" (J. D. Crowe died Friday [December 24, 2021])
Associated languageeng