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Alan O'Bryant moved to Nashville in 1974 with two of his cousins who were musicians. He eventually got a job playing his banjo with James Monroe’s band for four years. Through this connection, he had opportunities to perform with the legendary “Father Of Bluegrass” Bill Monroe during the early years of his musical career. In 1984, Alan, who is also a talented hit songwriter, formed the Nashville Bluegrass Band with Pat Enright, Mike Compton and Mark Hembree. Through the years, the group has received several Grammy Award nominations and won the coveted award in 1994. In addition, O’Bryant and the group have received numerous awards from the IBMA – the International Bluegrass Music Association.
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