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  4. Aug 28,  · I’m Going Down to North Carolina is the first complete anthology of the band’s work, which consists of less than 40 sides and a handful of bootlegging skits, recorded between and It’s a raucous, revelatory collection of old-time mountain music.
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  8. The Red Fox Chasers were a string band that formed in North Carolina in , and were active until around Members included vocalist and guitar player A. P. Thompson, vocalist and harmonica player Bob Cranford, vocalist and banjo player Paul Miles, and fiddler Guy Brooks.. History. The Red Fox Chasers were formed at the Union Grove Fiddler's Convention in western North Carolina.

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