Roanoke/Fincastle 1965 Photos - Others

James Monroe, Gene Lowinger, Bill Monroe, Lamar Grier, Peter Rowan

Part of The Haney Collection at
Applachian State University Boone, NC
an incredibly voluminous collection which was donated there by Charles Haney,
brother to Carlton Haney, and Carlton's daughter Bonnie.

For more details, see the
Guide to the Carlton and Charles Haney Papers, 1947-2011, undated

(Thanks to research by Michelle Putnam)

From Tom Isenhour who writes...
Never saw [the first photo above] of the Friday night performance
but I can tell you that is Lamar Grier taking his banjo break on "Rawhide"
and then in this photo taken by the same photographer at the same time,
Monroe steps up for his power pose break to finish out "Rawhide".
As Phil Zimmerman said, it was a life changing experience.
After Roanoke, 1965 and 1966 you knew who the real Daddy of Bluegrass was.

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Updated January 7, 2019