Remembering Bluegrass Pioneer Earl Scruggs
He helped define the bluegrass sound and redefine the banjo. Earl Scruggs died Wednesday at age 88. During a career that spanned six decades, Scruggs' signature three-finger playing style influenced musicians around the world. Kojo explores Scruggs' life and musical legacy.
WAMU Bluegrass Country's Jerry Gray, who passed away this past February, interviews Earl Scruggs:
Foggy Mountain Breakdown
(with Steve Martin on the "Late Show With David Letterman"):