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Joe Val

About Joe Val

Joe Val was a staple of the burgeoning New England Bluegrass scene from the mid 1960s till his death in 1985. As a member of various Progressive Bluegrass projects, Val made a name for himself as both guitarist and banjo player but left the progressive fascination behind in 1970 to form his own band, a strictly traditional Bluegrass outfit. Over the years he released a solid catalog of vintage mountain music with his New England Bluegrass Boys, turning out the high lonesome sound with an authenticity that belies his Yankee roots.

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Joe Val

Joe Val was a staple of the burgeoning New England Bluegrass scene from the mid 1960s till his death in 1985. As a member of various Progressive Bluegrass projects, Val made a name for himself as both guitarist and banjo player but left the progressive fascination behind in 1970 to form his own band, a strictly traditional Bluegrass outfit. Over the years he released a solid catalog of vintage mountain music with his New England Bluegrass Boys, turning out the high lonesome sound with an authenticity that belies his Yankee roots.

About Joe Val

Joe Val was a staple of the burgeoning New England Bluegrass scene from the mid 1960s till his death in 1985. As a member of various Progressive Bluegrass projects, Val made a name for himself as both guitarist and banjo player but left the progressive fascination behind in 1970 to form his own band, a strictly traditional Bluegrass outfit. Over the years he released a solid catalog of vintage mountain music with his New England Bluegrass Boys, turning out the high lonesome sound with an authenticity that belies his Yankee roots.

About Joe Val

Joe Val was a staple of the burgeoning New England Bluegrass scene from the mid 1960s till his death in 1985. As a member of various Progressive Bluegrass projects, Val made a name for himself as both guitarist and banjo player but left the progressive fascination behind in 1970 to form his own band, a strictly traditional Bluegrass outfit. Over the years he released a solid catalog of vintage mountain music with his New England Bluegrass Boys, turning out the high lonesome sound with an authenticity that belies his Yankee roots.