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Carroll County Blues - Fred Cockerham - Fred Cockerham (CD, Album)

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  2. STATE ROAD — Mr. Joey Andrew Cockerham, 40, of State Road, died Wednesday, May 28, , at Forsyth Medical Center. Funeral services will be held at 2 .
  3. This CD honors one of North Carolina's great traditional musicians, Fred Cockerham. Fred was born in in the Round Peak community of Surry County, North Carolina. He learned to fiddle by sneaking practice on his brother's fiddle, later becoming a professional musician.
  4. Fred Cockerham (3 November - July 8, ) was an American fiddle and banjo player of American folk music.. Cockerham was one of the seven children of Elias and Betty Jane Cockerham in North Carolina. He was one of the most accomplished of all the "Round Peak," North Carolina musicians but is most commonly known as the banjo accompanist to Tommy Jarrell.
  5. * NC, + 2nd version By Praguefrank SESSIONS unknown - Wade Ward, Kyle Creed, Fred Cockerman, Georg.
  6. Researcher James E. COCKERHAM, West Main Street, Jonesville, NC [] sugguests the family is in some way is related to William COCKERHAM, son of Moses COCKERHAM, Sr. of Surry County, NC. Moses was an uncle of neafidesniporthigingbuttpaddsersbesca.xyzinfoHAM's direct ancestor, David COCKERHAM [].
  7. Fred Cockerham was one of the most highly regarded musicians to come out of the Round Peak musical tradition for which the Mount Airy region is so well known. He was born in in Round Peak, in Surry County. As a child, Cockerham would sneak his older brother Pate’s fiddle, and he secretly taught himself how to play.
  8. Description This CD honors one of North Carolina’s great traditional musicians, Fred Cockerham. Fred was born in in the Round Peak community of Surry County, North Carolina. He learned to fiddle by sneaking practice on his brother’s fiddle, later becoming a professional musician.
  9. Nov 28,  · I liked Fred Cockerham and Otis Burris best. As the Round Peak orthodoxy grew, Walt used to tell us not to copy Tommy Jarrell. He said "there's more to fiddling than Tommy Jarrell. Tommy's take on Walt was a little different. Once at Galax, a guy asked me to play "East Tennessee Blues.

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