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My Old Kentucky Home
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My Old Kentucky Home - Red Allen. 2016-03-17 More like this. The Osborne Brothers & Red Allen - The Osborne Brothers & Red Allen. This is a performance from the Osborne Brothers with Red Allen from a radio show at WWVA in Wheeling, West Virginia, circa 1957. Bluegrass - Red Allen, Frank Wakefield And The Kentuckians. The Sweet Rumors album by the Allen Brothers. Harley Allen, guitar, vocal - Greg Allen, banjo, vocal - Ronnie Allen, drum, vocal - Jerry Douglas, dobro - Ricky Skaggs, fiddle, mandolin, vocal.

Learn more about OSBORNE BROS & Red ALLEN. Bobby and Sonny Osborne were from Hyden, a small coal town in Kentucky. Bobby was born on December 7, 1931 and Sonny on October 29, 1937. Together and separately, they were on small radio stations and tiny labels from the late 1940s onward. There were stints with Bill Monroe and Jimmy Martin (one of the singles with Martin, 20/20 Vision, is in our 1955 volume) before the Osbornes briefly joined the cast of the WWVA Jamboree. Together, the Osbornes and Red Allen scraped together fifty dollars to send Sutton to Nashville with the tape, and Sutton went to see Wesley Rose at Acuff-Rose. Although Rose owned Hickory Records, he still did country A&R for MGM Records, just as his father, Fred, had done.

Red Allen & The Allen Brothers. Red Allen & The Allen Bros. The Osborne Brothers & Red Allen.

Harley Allen (February 12, 1930 – April 3, 1993), better known as Red Allen, was an American bluegrass singer and guitarist known for his powerful tenor voice. Allen, born in Pigeon Roost Hollow, near Hazard, Kentucky, grew up in the music-rich hills of eastern Kentucky, and following a stint in the Marines, settled in Dayton, Ohio in 1949, where he began performing professionally.

Red Allen & The Kentuckians is an album the bluegrass pioneer Red Allen recorded for County Records in 1966. The record is one of his best, capturing his pure and intense style through both instrumental showcases and a selection of fine material, such as "Milk Cow Blues," "I Wonder Where You Are Tonight," "Maiden's Prayer" and "If That's the Way You Feel. 1. We Live in Two Different Worlds.

Allen Shelton - Old Kentucky Home. Carlisle Bros - Baby You Done Flubbed Your Dub With Me. 16:25. Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang - Sunshine. 01 In The Hills Of Old Kentucky (My. 14:23. The Down Homers - 915A Don't Say Goodbye (Just Say So Long). Red Allen - Milk Cow Blues. Jones, Buddy - The Woman ('Bout to Make a Wreck Out of Me).

Austin And Lee Allen. The Crowder Brothers. The Allen Brothers - Old Black Crown in the Hickory Nut Tree 02:53. The Allen Brothers - Baby When You Coming Back Home 02:43. The Allen Brothers - Long Gone from Bowling Green 02:56. The Allen Brothers - Red Pajama Sal 03:06. The Allen Brothers - New Deal Blues 02:48. The Allen Brothers - Mercy Mercy Blues 02:41.

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A1 Dark As A Dungeon
Written-By – Merle Travis
A2 Mountain Songs
Written-By – Neal Allen
A3 Constant Sorrow
Written-By – Carter Stanley
A4 On The Way Back To The Old Home 2:27
A5 Lonesome Ruben (Instrumental) 3:20
B1 Rose Of Old Kentucky 3:23
B2 Valley Home
Written-By – Neal Allen
B3 Molly And Tenbrooks 3:24
B4 Kentucky
Written-By – Carl Davis*
B5 Blue Eyes 3:00


  • Banjo, Baritone Vocals – Greg Allen
  • Bass, Lead Vocals, Baritone Vocals – Ronnie Allen
  • Guitar, Lead Vocals – Red Allen
  • Guitar, Lead Vocals, Tenor Vocals – Harley Allen
  • Mandolin, Lead Vocals – Neal Allen