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The Kentucky Colonels Profile

Clarence White (flatpicker, vocals)
Roland White (mandolin, guitar, vocals, 1954-62, 1963-73)
Eric White Jr. (banjo, vocals, bass, 1954-61, 1966-73)
Joanne White (bass, vocals, 1954-55)
Billy Ray Latham (banjo, 1958-73)
LeRoy Mack (dobro, 1960-63)
Roger Bush (bass, 1961-73)
Scott Hambley (mandolin, 1962)
Bobby Slone (fiddle, 1962-63)
Scotty Stoneman (fiddle, 1965-73)
Dennis Morris (guitar, 1966-67)
Bob Warford (banjo, 1966-67)
Bobby Crane (fiddle, 1966-67)
Herb Pedersen (banjo, 1973)
Alan Munde (banjo, 1973)

Associated Acts:
The Byrds
Country Gazette
Nashville West
The Dillards
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
The Flying Burrito Bros
Johnny Darrell
The Gosdin Brothers
Joe Maphis
Bill Monroe
Tut Taylor

Also Called:
The White Brothers
Three Little Country Boys
The Country Boys
New Kentucky Colonels
 Clarence and Roland White
Scotty Stoneman and The Kentucky Colonels
Andy Griffith and The Country Boys


Formed: In 1954 in Burbank, California, U.S.A.

Debut Album: New Sound of Bluegrass America (1963)

Did You Know:
The group disbanded in 1973

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