Anyone here fond of bluegrass music? Can you play? If so, play and sing along with Audie Blaylock & Redline in “Cry, Cry, Darling.”
Played in the key of “G,” it would be an easy follow for amateurs like us. Have fun with the jam!
Cry, Cry Darlin’ Cover
Penned by Jimmy Miller and Jimmy Newman, “Cry, Cry Darling” sealed the No. 4 spot in the country chart of the early 1950s.
Other notable recordings were made by Ricky Skags (1995) and Sammy Kershaw (1993).
Audie Blaylock & Redline
A band committed to furthering the brand of bluegrass music currently under Patuxent Music as their label. Members are Audie Blaylock (vocals/guitar), Mason Wright (fiddler), Reed Jones(bassist) and Evan Ward (banjoist).
In keeping the spirit of traditional bluegrass for more than twenty years, they’ve worked with several artists. Among them were Jimmy Martin, Rhonda Vincent, Lynn Morris, and Michael Cleveland.
Having established a reputation in the bluegrass world, they’ve received several recognitions including:
IBMA Nominee for “Instrumental Song of the Year: Newton’s Grove” (2013)
IBMA Nominee for “Gospel Song of the of the Year: Who’ll Sing for Me” (2009)
GRAMMY Nominee for “Tribute to Jimmy Martin” (2004)
As for Audie Blaylock, his family’s Appalachian roots and love for music have proved to be very influential to his future career. He mastered his craft and brought innovation while maintaining honor to his musical roots. An itinerant musician, he’s been to twenty-four countries from three continents.
He’s earned several IBMA nominations and a Grammy. He also bagged awards including Guitar Player of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, and Male Vocalist of the Year.
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