Sara Grey plays a distinctive style of banjo, and sings ballads and other folk songs. She uses a 5 string banjo, and is considered to be one of the leading exponents of the clawhammer style of picking.
She grew up in New Hampshire, but has lived all over, including the UK. While living in North Carolina, she discovered a love of mountain ‘folk’ music, and she was heavily influenced by the ‘old timers’ playing their traditional banjo music.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- The Bad Girl (One Morning In May) - (2:59) - 7 plays
- Johnson Boys - (3:57) - 6 plays
- Sheep, Sheep Don't You Know The Road - (3:05) - 6 plays
- Black Bear on the Mountain - (1:58) - 3 plays
- Bright Sunny South - (4:09) - 4 plays
- The Boaster - (3:21) - 4 plays
- The Colorado Trail - (2:23) - 4 plays
- The Yankee and the Unicorn - (3:09) - 4 plays
- Sandy Boys - (3:42) - 3 plays
- Goodnight-Loving Trail - (4:52) - 2 plays