After leaving Steep Canyon Rangers, UNC grad and musician Charles Humphrey is blazing new trails
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Charles Humphrey III surprised the bluegrass community when he announced he would leave the Steep Canyon Rangers, the Grammy-winning bluegrass band he co-founded in 2000 as a student at UNC-Chapel Hill, to pursue other musical and nonmusical interests. For 17 years, Humphrey had kept steady time on upright bass and wrote much of the band’s repertoire. (Raleigh News & Observer)
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