Banjo Pickers Sites

Back in the old days, before the internet, you'd have to go to a festival if you wanted to see what banjo pickers were up to. Nowadays you just have to click a link or two and you can have all the information you want. I'm okay with this.

Earl Scruggs - What can I say? This man needs no introduction.
Dr. Ralph Stanley - Why me Ralph? - One half of the original Stanley Brothers. He IS the man of constant sorrow, and he's been riding the night for a long, long time.
Sonny Osborne - Sonny Osborne, a Bluegrass Boy from the early days. And a man I admire.
Don Reno - I heard that Don Reno was born with a banjo in his hands. I have not been able to verify this.
Alan Munde - One of the greats. Strong and bouncy - just the way you like it. Or at least, just the way I like it. The site is a little sparse, but have a look.
Alison Brown - What's there to say? It's Allison Brown. Amazing banjoster and guitararian. Clean and jazzy.
Bela Fleck - Bela Fleck, banjo picker among banjo pickers.
Pat Cloud - Banjo picking and etc. I first heard Pat in the early 70's. He was one of the first "melodic" pickers I remember seeing in person. I haven't seen him since then, but I've heard recordings here and there and he still amazes me.
J.D. Crowe - One of the all-time greats, and a favorite of mine from the day I first heard him. Serious drive.
Dennis Caplinger - All around phenominal banjo picker and musician.
Butch Robbins - Butch Robbins One of the numerous Bluegrass Boy banjoists, Butch was with Bill in the 1970's and always solid.
Blake Williams - Another great Bluegrass Boy - and for ten years! Perhaps the longest tenure of a banjo player with Bill. He probably is fully vested.
Eddie Adcock - I'd like to find a better site for Eddie. If you find one please let me know. I saw Eddie at a festival in Kentucy in the 70's. I'd like to see him perform again someday.