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Last of the Breed: The Dave Evans Story (2013)

Long time Bluegrass singer and songwriter Dave Evans heard a voice when he was just a child at the young age of thirteen. "From the ole Queen City, to New Boston town, Ironton and Ol' ... See full synopsis »

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Roy Lee Centers
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Billy Hurst
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Beekman
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Todd Evans
Dixie Hall ...
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Bobby Mackey ...
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Mike Armistead ...
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George Gruhn ...
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Chris Bozung ...
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C.K. Belhasen ...
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Penny Parsons ...
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Lester Armistead ...
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Clancy Fields ...
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Don Rigsby ...
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Long time Bluegrass singer and songwriter Dave Evans heard a voice when he was just a child at the young age of thirteen. "From the ole Queen City, to New Boston town, Ironton and Ol' Hanging Rock, I've made every stop, I've played every station, while traveling down Ol' Highway 52." The ambitious youngster who at the time was just acquainting himself with the craft of music and the talent of playing the banjo, had written these mature lyrics that would come to pass as a bold prediction, some say vision, of his life to come. By age 18, the boisterous teenager and close knit family man from Portsmouth, Ohio landed his first professional job when he was asked to join Earl Taylor's Stoney Mountain Boys band where Evans would play the banjo. The talented young "Banjer Picker," as he liked to call himself, was soon gathering a reputation for having lightning quick hands when it came to stroking a banjo, and over the course of a year quickly discovered his talents as an emerging singer and ...

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$600,000 (estimated)
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