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Cumberland Gap

The Cumberland Gap, a mountain pass in the Appalachians located where Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia meet, is also the name of a song first recorded in 1924. There are countless versions. Here are a few that I really like.

Let’s start with bluegrass, and Flatt and Scruggs.

Now on to Old Time and Tommy Jarrell on the fretless banjo

Here’s a combo called Notorious. Very nice playing

And finally, the Rockridge Brothers

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