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Pete Roberts (II) (1938–2017)


He was a banjoist, guitarist, and songwriter who co-founded the music magazine Bluegrass Unlimited in 1966. His compositions include the bluegrass standards "Journey's End," "Remembrance of You," and "I Am Weary Let Me Rest". See more trivia »

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O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Down from the Mountain
Words and Music
Words and Music Soundtrack
Summer Stock
Summer Stock Soundtrack


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 2000 Down from the Mountain (Documentary) (writer: "I Am Weary (Let Me Rest)")
 2000 O Brother, Where Art Thou? (writer: "I Am Weary (Let Me Rest)")
 1950 Summer Stock (performer: "Mem'ry Island" - uncredited)
 1948 Words and Music (performer: "Thou Swell")

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He started out in the early 1950s, playing banjo with a husband and wife duo, Benny and Vallie Cain. He performed as "Pete Roberts" because the Cains had trouble pronouncing his Dutch surname, Kuykendall. He was a member of the Country Gentlemen for a short while, and continued to be an influence by contributing his songs for their concert sets, engineering many of their records in his studio, ... See more »

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