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While "Bluegrass" was named for Bill Monroe, he learned the craft from his Uncle Pendleton Vandiver, a crippled civil war vet fiddler. They lived together in a two-room log cabin after the death of Monroe's parents, and he passed his music to Monroe, who in-turn bequeathed it on his passing. Some 52 years after Pendleton's death, Ricky Skaggs' cover of Monroe's song memorializing "Uncle Pen" shot to #1 on the Country Music Charts. Monroe played the part of his uncle in the music video.

John Coltrane Stardust Pullover 

SKU:APUCONSTARDUST
Price: 
$45.90
 
 

Description
This official John Coltrane Stardust album hoodie is only available through Bluescentric.

Recorded during two sessions in 1958, John Coltrane's 4-track "Stardust" was released five years later in 1963 by Prestige Records. The lineup on the four tracks is a virtual who's who of the golden era's Jazz giants. Red Garland played piano, Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, Paul Chambers on bass, alternatively Arthur Taylor or Jimmy Cobb on drums and Wilbur Harden on horns. Of course, John Coltrane played tenor saxophone.

This jazz music hoodie features an image of John Coltrane and the original album text.

Bluescentric John Coltrane hoodies are printed on quality Hanes 90% cotton, 10% poly high-density cotton jersey-lined pullover with dye-matched drawstring. Light Steel is 85% cotton. Sizes are available in Small-3XL and run true.