Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver plus The Inspirations – Episode 03

Doyle’s perseverance and hard work style has shown through over forty albums since 1977 and through his band’s schedule, which includes over sixty concerts in one year. His hard work and high expectations for his band seem kind of humorous to some with Doyle’s recollection of one practice when he “instructed each member to go to a separate room in the house and continue singing. If the individual members were no longer in pitch when they rejoined their leader, they’d start over again. ‘Of course, they thought I was crazy,’ he told John Wooley in Tulsa World, ‘but I told ‘em that if it’d work for the banjo, it’d work for vocals. What it does is, it gets you to do things without being conscious of it, because we all were being programmed the same way.’” Doyle expects a lot from his band and it shows with numerous awards and nine nominations for this year’s International Bluegrass Music Association Awards.

Length: 25m 30s

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