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About The Banjo Kings

Springing out of the Dixieland revival of the early ‘50s and incorporating three banjos, drums and rainbow suspenders into their act, the Banjo Kings plucked their way through such standard fare as “The Man On The Flying Trapeze” and “Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair.” If you happen to be Woody Allen, R. Crumb, or a cartoon character, give a close listen.

Listen toThe Banjo Kingson Rhapsody

Springing out of the Dixieland revival of the early ‘50s and incorporating three banjos, drums and rainbow suspenders into their act, the Banjo Kings plucked their way through such standard fare as “The Man On The Flying Trapeze” and “Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair.” If you happen to be Woody Allen, R. Crumb, or a cartoon character, give a close listen.

About The Banjo Kings

Springing out of the Dixieland revival of the early ‘50s and incorporating three banjos, drums and rainbow suspenders into their act, the Banjo Kings plucked their way through such standard fare as “The Man On The Flying Trapeze” and “Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair.” If you happen to be Woody Allen, R. Crumb, or a cartoon character, give a close listen.

About The Banjo Kings

Springing out of the Dixieland revival of the early ‘50s and incorporating three banjos, drums and rainbow suspenders into their act, the Banjo Kings plucked their way through such standard fare as “The Man On The Flying Trapeze” and “Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair.” If you happen to be Woody Allen, R. Crumb, or a cartoon character, give a close listen.