Appalachian fiddling developed in the southern Appalachian mountains - from traditional Scottish, English and Irish music brought to the United States by immigrants from those countries.

In turn it influenced country, bluegrass, and old-time music.

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Davenport, Clyde
Biography of an old-time fiddler and banjo player, born 1921, and raised on the Cumberland Plateau, south-central Kentucky. Includes some of his tunes.
Jarrel, Tommy (1901-1985)
A memorial to the old-time fiddler, banjo player, and singer from the North Carolina Appalachians.
Reed Island Rounders
Offer old-time fiddle and banjo music from the Appalachians. Profiles, discography, gig guide, information about workshops, and booking details.
Stamper, Art
Plays and teaches the Appalachian fiddle style he learned from his father, Hiram, in turn learned from old-time fiddlers years earlier. Biography, discography, audio and video clips, and contact details.
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