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Ben Eldridge Retires From The Seldom Scene, Rickie Simpkins Joins The Band

Ben EldridgeThe Seldom Scene announces that founding member Ben Eldridge has retired after nearly 45 years with the Grammy-nominated band. Eldridge is the last original member of the popular bluegrass quintet, but the band will continue to perform, with Rickie Simpkins on banjo and fiddle.

Ben Eldridge Honored with 2015 Washington Monument Award

Ben EldridgeDCBU president Randy Barrett presented the 2015 Washington Monument Award to Ben Eldridge, banjo player of the Seldom Scene, during their amazing performance at the DCBU Bluegrass Festival last Friday night, February 27 2015. The award honors his 40 years of bluegrass as a founding and continuing member of the Seldom Scene.

Bluegrass Music Group Seldom Scene to Headline Song of the Mountains

Seldom SceneMarion, VA-.The legendary bluegrass music group Seldom Scene will headline the final Song of the Mountains concert for 2012 on Saturday, December 15th at the Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia. Also performing on the show will be the Redhead Express from Alaska, the old time music of the Wolfe Brothers from southwestern Virginia and Jeff Brown and Still Lonesome from Cedar Bluff, Virginia.

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