Chad’s version of the old-time fiddle standard “Dance All Night” comes from John Lusk, who was the fiddler with the African American string band Gribble, Lusk, and York. The trio were recorded in the 1940s for the Library of Congress, and “Dance All Night” is from their first 1946 recording. To learn more about Murphy Gribble, John Lusk, and Albert York, and hear all their recordings, check out gribbleluskandyork.org. Chad walks you through the melody and bowing of the A part of “Dance All Night” in this video.
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