Bringing the best of bluegrass, Americana, and roots music together with fans who have a true appreciation for the music, the Earl Scruggs Music Festival is a multi-day celebration of Mr. Scruggs’ incredible contributions and the rich musical culture of the region.
Earl Eugene Scruggs, the most influential and imitated banjo player in the world, was born on a forty-acre cotton farm in the little Flint Hill community of Cleveland County on January 6, 1924. The youngest child of George Elam Scruggs and Lula Ruppe Scruggs, Earl grew up in a musical family. His father, who passed away when Earl was only four years old, played a frailing style of 5-string banjo and fiddle…
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