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Before the year was out, Roland was drafted and left the band for two years, leaving them without a mandolinist. The group cut its first album on Briar, which disliked the band's moniker and suggested a series of names, the best of which was the Kentucky Colonels. In , fiddler Bobby Sloane joined the Colonels and Roland returned as well.
The Kentucky Colonels were a member of the American Basketball Association for all of the league's nine years. The name is derived from the historic Kentucky colonels. The Colonels won the most games and had the highest winning percentage of any franchise in the league's history, but the team did n.
Mother's Milk Routine Voice Actor [Comedy Routine] – Billy Ray Lathum, Roger Bush: Listen To The Mocking Bird Banjo – Billy Ray Lathum Bass – Roger Bush Fiddle – Scotty Stoneman Guitar – Clarence White (2) Mandolin – Roland White: The Kentucky Colonels: Livin' In The Past /5(3).
Aug 09, · November 15, , Comedia Theater, Palo Alto, CA Kentucky Colonels We know for a fact that Jerry Garcia saw the Kentucky Colonels at the Comedia Theater in Palo Alto. We know that because an excellent album was released featuring recordings from that show, and on that album we hear the band introduced by Jerry.
The song "Why Mothers Milk Is Better", from that appearance, was released on the Sierra release "The Kentucky Colonels: Livin In The Past". THE KENTUCKY COLONELS started to recorded an album titled "Appalachian Swing" which was released in after Bobby Slone had left the group in spring (he joined "J.D. Crowe & The New South").
This album provides a nice snapshot of the Kentucky Colonels at the height of their powers, and provides a fuller picture of the band's talents than Appalachian Swing! because of the inclusion of vocals. For bluegrass fans who enjoy traditional singing and progressive playing, Livin' in the Past should prove more than satisfactory.8/