American songwriter and nation music artist who released the hit solitary “Play, Ruby, Play,” which peaked at #25. He began playing fiddle when he was five years of age and started carrying out in bluegrass celebrations a year later on. He later relocated to Nashville along with his family members, which catapulted his performing career. He received the Music Row Industry’s Indie Artist of the entire year Honor in 1992 and 1993. His dad, Willie Gregory, performed using the Grand Ole Opry. He once performed fiddle for vocalist Suzy Bogguss.
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