Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, NM)

Bluegrass legend flourishes after decades of performances.(Music)

Byline: Anthony DellaFlora JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

* Vintage country sound gains popularity with all-star collaborations and movie soundtracks

There is no rest for the legendary. At an age when he should be settling down, bluegrass giant Ralph Stanley is still a man in constant demand.

In the last two years, Stanley's been the subject of a documentary film. He's released four recordings, including, "Clinch Mountain Country," featuring the top country stars.

His songs, most notably "Man of Constant Sorrow," highlight the soundtrack of the Coen brothers' hit movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" He and the Clinch Mountain Boys still spend more time on the road than most truckers. …

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