Thanks for posting this, Ken. I saw Stanley's obituary last night amidst all sorts of other news and was immediately saddened. He was probably second only to Bill Monroe in creating the bluegrass sound that we all recognize, and more than Monroe, I think, he stressed a real mountain music feel to his music. He was still making music up towards the end. May we all be so lucky.
Dusty T., Northern California
Ain't no money in poetry; that's what sets the poet free.
I've had all the freedom I can stand.
-- Guy Clark