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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.

(Limited Edition, Double Sided) Pink Floyd In The Flesh Tour Satin Bomber Jacket - Pig Pink 

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This is an official limited edition Pink Floyd 1977 Tour satin bomber jacket in Pig Pink, only available through Bluescentric.

 The front features Algie the pig, and the back reads, Pink Floyd / In The Flesh / 1977.

This Pink Floyd satin jacket is available in sizes up to 3XL. The material is water-resistant 3.04 oz, with a 100% nylon satin outer shell and 100% polyester brushed tricot lining. It has a snap front, reinforced slash front pockets, and raglan-cut sleeves. There's white-striped ribbed knit collar, cuffs and bottom band. It is machine-washable.

Promoting Pink Floyd's Animals album, the 'In The Flesh' tour started in January 23, trekked through Europe and North America, and ended July 6th, 1977.