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White House Blues
Other Title
Buffalo, Buffalo
Alternate Title
Buffalo, Buffalo
Contributor Names
Bluegrass Cardinals (performer)
Jabbour, Alan (host)
Parmley, David (performer)
Parmley, Don (performer)
Graham, Randy (performer)
Blair, Warren (performer)
Davis, John (performer)
Subject Headings
-  Washington (D.C.)
-  McKinley, William--Assassination--Songs and music
-  Ballads
-  Bluegrass
-  Roosevelt, Theodore--Songs and music
-  Virginia
-  California
-  Kentucky
-  Forms part of the 1977 Neptune Plaza Concert Series Collection. (source)
-  April 25, 1977. (date)
-  Concerns the assasination of President William McKinley in 1901. (Content)
-  The Bluegrass Cardinals, consisting of Don Parmley of Kentucky, his son David Parmley (born in California), and Randy Graham of California, originally formed their group in southern California. They moved to Virginia in the mid-1970s. They are joined on this recording by Warren Blair on fiddle and John Davis on Bass. They published their first album at about the time of this recorded concert. (biographical)
sound recording
1 sound recoding
American Folklife Center
LC Classification
AFC 1977/003
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Bluegrass Cardinals, Alan Jabbour, David Parmley, Don Parmley, Randy Graham, Warren Blair, and John Davis. White House Blues. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, (Accessed January 23, 2017.)

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Bluegrass Cardinals, Jabbour, A., Parmley, D., Parmley, D., Graham, R., Blair, W. & Davis, J. White House Blues. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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Bluegrass Cardinals, et al. White House Blues. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.