Musical artists similar to or like Bill Monroe

American mandolinist, singer, and songwriter, who created the bluegrass music genre. Wikipedia

  • Doyle Lawson

    American traditional bluegrass and Southern gospel musician. Best known as a mandolin player, vocalist, producer, and leader of the 5-man group Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver. Wikipedia

  • Sierra Hull

    American bluegrass singer-songwriter, mandolinist, and guitarist. Signed to Rounder Records at the age of 13 and released her debut vocal album, Secrets, in 2008 at the age of 16. Wikipedia

  • Marty Stuart

    American country and bluegrass music singer, songwriter, and musician. Active since 1968, Stuart initially toured with Lester Flatt, and then in Johnny Cash's road band before beginning work as a solo artist in the early 1980s. Wikipedia

  • American singer, songwriter, guitarist-mandolinist, bandleader, and author who lives in London, England. Author of volumes on Bob Dylan, Gram Parsons and bluegrass music. Wikipedia

  • Charlie Daniels

    American singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist known for his contributions to Southern rock, country, and bluegrass music. Best known for his number-one country hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". Wikipedia

  • Charlie Monroe

    American country and bluegrass music guitarist. Charlie performed with his brother, Bill, as part of the Monroe Brothers. Wikipedia

  • Bluegrass music

    Genre of American roots music that developed in the 1940s in the United States Appalachian region. The genre derives its name from the band Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys. Wikipedia

  • Singer and mandolinist playing traditional and progressive bluegrass music. Best known for his solo albums, and his work with The Country Gentlemen, Tony Rice, and J. D. Crowe. Wikipedia

  • Ricky Skaggs

    American country and bluegrass singer, musician, producer, and composer. He primarily plays mandolin; however, he also plays fiddle, guitar, mandocaster and banjo. Wikipedia

  • Sam Bush

    American mandolinist who is considered an originator of progressive bluegrass music. Inducted into the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame as a member of New Grass Revival. Wikipedia

  • Ralph Stanley

    American bluegrass artist, known for his distinctive singing and banjo playing. Stanley began playing music in 1946, originally with his older brother Carter Stanley as part of The Stanley Brothers, and most often as the leader of his band, The Clinch Mountain Boys. Wikipedia

  • American country music singer, mandolinist and songwriter. Cousin of songwriter John D. Loudermilk. Wikipedia

  • Northern California-based American bluegrass mandolinist and singer. Best known for his long-time collaboration with partner Laurie Lewis. Wikipedia

  • Chris Thile

    American mandolinist, singer, songwriter, composer, and radio personality, best known for his work in the progressive acoustic trio Nickel Creek and the acoustic folk and progressive bluegrass quintet Punch Brothers. 2012 MacArthur Fellow. Wikipedia

  • Jimmie Skinner

    American country and bluegrass music singer, songwriter and acoustic guitarist. Known for a mail-order record business and retail store in Cincinnati, Ohio. Wikipedia

  • American country music singer, songwriter and musician. Also a founding member of the Grammy Award winning bluegrass group The SteelDrivers and works as a studio musician, primarily on fiddle, violin and viola. Wikipedia

  • Chris Stapleton

    American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. Born in Lexington, Kentucky, and grew up in Staffordsville, Kentucky, until moving to Nashville, Tennessee, in 2001 to pursue a career in music writing songs. Wikipedia

  • American bluegrass music ensemble founded in 1984. Established musician from the Nashville bluegrass community. Wikipedia

  • Tom T. Hall

    American country music songwriter, singer, instrumentalist, novelist, and short-story writer. He has written 12 No. 1 hit songs, with 26 more that reached the Top 10, including the No. 1 international pop crossover smash "Harper Valley PTA" and the hit "I Love", which reached No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. Wikipedia

  • Jason Isbell

    American singer-songwriter and guitarist. Known for his solo career, his work with the band The 400 Unit, and as a former member of Drive-By Truckers for six years, from 2001 to 2007. Wikipedia

  • American bluegrass mandolin player and former protégé of the Father of Bluegrass, Bill Monroe. Considered a modern master of bluegrass mandolin. Wikipedia

  • Sturgill Simpson

    American country music singer-songwriter and actor. As of October 2020, he has released six albums as a solo artist. Wikipedia

  • Jesse McReynolds

    American bluegrass musician. Best known for his innovative crosspicking and split-string styles of mandolin playing. Wikipedia

  • Bobby Osborne

    Bluegrass musician known for his mandolin playing and high lead vocals. Known primarily for his collaborations with his brother Sonny Osborne in their band, the Osborne Brothers. Wikipedia

  • American bluegrass singer. Born on May 23, 1925, in Crimora, Virginia. Wikipedia

  • Steve Wariner

    American country music singer, songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. Initially a backing musician for Dottie West, he also worked with Bob Luman and Chet Atkins before beginning a solo career in the late 1970s. Wikipedia

  • Instrument maker and bluegrass musician from Kentucky who specialized in making dulcimers. Early age. Wikipedia

  • Reba McEntire

    American country singer, songwriter, and actress. She began her career in the music industry as a high school student singing in the Kiowa High School band, on local radio shows with her siblings, and at rodeos. Wikipedia

  • American country and bluegrass singer-songwriter Most famous for his song "Murder on Music Row", which was recorded by George Strait and Alan Jackson and received the Country Music Association Award for Vocal Event of the Year, and CMA nomination for Song of the Year, in 2000. Wikipedia


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