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James Roberts

(b. 1918)


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B. 10 February 1918, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, USA. The mandolin-playing son of legendary fiddle player Fiddlin’ Doc Roberts, he first sang on recordings with his father and Asa Martin ...

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