Pee Wee Lambert

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Pee Wee Lambert (born Darrell Lambert on August 5, 1924; died June 15, 1965)[1] was a mandolinist who worked with The Stanley Brothers. He left the group in 1950. He sang in a "high voice" like Bill Monroe.[2] He highly admired Monroe. In addition to singing like him he is said to have imitated Bill Monroe's posture, dress, and facial expressions.[3] He also worked with Curly Parker as "Bluegrass Pardners."[4]

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  1. ^ "Free Family Tree, Genealogy and Family History - MyHeritage". www.familytreelegends.com. Retrieved 2016-06-18. 
  2. ^ Wright, John (1995-02-01). Traveling the High Way Home: Ralph Stanley and the World of Traditional Bluegrass Music. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 9780252064784. 
  3. ^ Cantwell, Robert (2003-01-01). Bluegrass Breakdown: The Making of the Old Southern Sound. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 9780252071171. 
  4. ^ Goldsmith, Thomas (2004-01-01). The Bluegrass Reader. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 9780252029141. 

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