Roger Bush (musician)
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Roger Bush Musician
Roger Bush
Born (1940-09-16) September 16, 1940 (age 77)
Hollywood, California
Genres Bluegrass music, country music
Musician
Instruments Bass, guitar
Kentucky Colonels, Country Gazette

Roger Bush (born September 16, 1940[1]) is an American bassist and guitarist.

Biography

Early history

Roger Bush was born in Hollywood but raised in El Monte, California. After high school, he started the Green Mountain Boys bluegrass group with his brother Sherman and future Golden State Boys Don Parmley and Tom Kuehl.[2]

Kentucky Colonels

Roland White (brother of Clarence White taught Bush how to play upright bass. In 1961, Bush replaced bassist Eric White (brother of Roland and Clarence) in the Country Boys[3] which in 1962 became the Kentucky Colonels.[4][5]

In 1962, Bush accompanied Clarence White on guitar on a recording captured on a home tape recorder. This recording was released in 1980 by Sierra as 33 Acoustic Guitar Instrumentals.[6]

When the Kentucky Colonels disbanded in 1966, Bush played a country group called Trio with Clarence White and drummer Bart Haney.[7]

Doug Dillard Expedition

Bush met Byron Berline in September 1969 and replaced David Jackson in Doug Dillard and the Expedition (after the departure of Gene Clark from Dillard & Clark.[8][9]

Country Gazette

In 1971, Bush and Berline formed Country Gazette. They initially assisted the Flying Burrito Brothers with a tour and live album, then recorded their first album in 1972.[10] Bush stayed with Country Gazette until 1977. The original Country Gazette (including Bush) reunited in 1980 and again in 1985.[11]

Discography

As part of the Kentucky Colonels

  • 1962: The New Sound Of Bluegrass America (Briar) reissued by Sierra in 2007
  • 1964: Appalachian Swing! (World Pacific)
  • 1964: Long Journey Home (Vanguard) released 1991
  • 1965: Scotty Stoneman with the Kentucky Colonels: Live in L.A. (Sierra)
  • 1988: On Stage (Rounder) from 1964
  • 1999: Live In Stereo (Double Barrel) from 1965

As part of Country Gazette

  • 1972: A Traitor In Our Midst! (United Artists)
  • 1973: Don't Give Up Your Day Job (United Artists)
  • 1975: Country Gazette Live (Transatlantic)
  • 1976: Out To Lunch aka "The Sunny Side of the Mountain (Flying Fish / Transatlantic)

With Billy Ray Lathum and Clarence White

  • 2007: Rare Performance (Shikata) recorded in summer 1964)

With the Flying Burrito Brothers

With Clarence White

  • 1962: Clarence White: 33 Acoustic Guitar Instrumentals (Sierra) with Bush playing rhythm guitar

Also appears on

References

  1. ^ Thompson, Richard (September 16, 2011). "I'm Going Back To Old Kentucky #351". Bluegrass Today. Retrieved 2017. 
  2. ^ Thomas Aubrunner. "Country Gazette (Part 1)". Burrito Brother. Retrieved 2017. 
  3. ^ Griffin, Sid (2005). Bluegrass Guitar: Know the Players, Play the Music (1 ed.). Retrieved 2017. 
  4. ^ Carlin, Richard (2003). Country Music: A Biographical Dictionary (1 ed.). Retrieved 2017. 
  5. ^ "IBMA Announces 2016 Inductees to International Bluegrass Hall of Fame". IBMA. Retrieved 2017. 
  6. ^ "33 Acoustic Guitar Instrumentals: Clarence White". Grateful Dead FamilyDiscography. Retrieved 2017. 
  7. ^ staff writer (December 15, 2016). "Clarence White 7/1973". Rock and Roll Paradise. Retrieved 2017. 
  8. ^ Stambler, Irwin (Jul 14, 2000). Country Music: The Encyclopedia (1 ed.). Retrieved 2017. 
  9. ^ Kingsbury, Paul (Dec 16, 2004). The Encyclopedia of Country Music (1 ed.). Retrieved 2017. 
  10. ^ Erlewine, Michael (1997). All Music Guide to Country: The Experts' Guide to the Best Recordings in Country Music (1 ed.). Retrieved 2017. 
  11. ^ Lawless, John (May 27, 2014). "On This Day #30 - Country Gazette Live". Bluegrass Today. Retrieved 2017. 

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