Where Did Bluegrass Music Originate?

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Bluegrass music originated from Western North Carolina America in the 1940's. It is believed to have been developed by the Blue Grass Boys musical band which was pioneered by Bill Monroe. Bluegrass music is a combination of blues, old-time music, ragtime and jazz music.
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The beginnings of bluegrass music can be traced back to Bill Monroe and his band The Blue Grass Boys, which formed in 1939.
The addition of banjo player Earl Scruggs to the band in 1945 is considered a key moment in the development of bluegrass music.
Bluegrass was created by American singer, songwriter, and mandolin player William Smith Monroe. He was born in Kentucky and died in Tennessee.
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