Earl Scruggs - Quotes

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I don't think you'll ever get enough picking.

I don't think you'll ever get enough picking.

You know you can get gaudy with something, and they didn't do that. To me, I think it's very tasteful, well done, with the silver and gold and the engraving. I think it's very tasteful. ---->>>

I worked with a guy, I can't think of his name, him and his wife, and one of them had a saxophone and the other played drums. It wasn't a regular job but I did a few gigs around home with them. ---->>>

I enjoy doing new tunes. It gives me a little bit to perk up, to pay a little bit more attention. ---->>>

I don't like to travel as much as I have in the past, but it's good for my soul to get to pick, especially with these good musicians and these guys that play so well. ---->>>

I like drums, really, if they're under control. ---->>>

He used to have a tent show, a little tent show, and I thought I was going to get a job working one year on the tent show, but he closed it down and I never got to go out there, but anyway, he had a sax and played drums. ---->>>

That was one of the best, exciting things for me to play with them. They were very young and eager to go. I'd been playing with a band that was mostly old folks that had been together so long we couldn't do anything to excite each other. ---->>>

She was a great lady. We raised three boys, were together as long as she lived, and now she's passed on. ---->>>

I know she would want me to still do what I'm doing, because she kept me going a lot of times when I'd almost lose interest in getting out on the road. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 01-06, 1924
Birthplace:
Die: 03-28, 2012
Occupation: Musician

Earl Eugene Scruggs (January 6, 1924 – March 28, 2012) was an American musician noted for popularizing a three-finger banjo picking style, now called "Scruggs style", that is a defining characteristic of bluegrass music. His three-finger style of playing was radically different from the ways the five-string banjo had been historically played (wikipedia)