Google Doodle Celebrating Earl Scruggs – Google Doodle celebrate to honor of Earl Scruggs by dedicating an animated Doodle to Earl Scruggs on Friday.
Google Doodle Celebrating Earl Scruggs:
Earl Scruggs was born in North Carolina on Jan. 6, 1924 in Cleveland County, North Carolina, U.S. He developed his own three-finger method of picking the five-string banjo, referred to as “Scruggs style.”. Google Doodle celebrate to honor of Earl Scruggs by dedicating an animated Doodle to Earl Scruggs on Friday indicating his finger-picking method.
Earl Scruggs, 21, was hired to play in Bill Monroe’s The Blue Grass Boys band. In 1989, Earl Scruggs was awarded a National Heritage Fellowship given by the National Endowment for the Arts – the highest honor in the folk and traditional arts in the United States. His son, Gary, told Google: “Even though my father, Earl Scruggs, passed away before the Earl Scruggs Center opened, he was involved in its planning stages. It was important for him that the Earl Scruggs Center would serve as more than a museum displaying interesting artifacts and memorabilia, but as an educational facility as well.” and added, “I very much admired the fact that my Dad was not only a world-class musician, but was also willing and eager to teach his musical skills to anyone asking his advice.”
How Did Earl Scruggs Die | When Did Earl Scruggs Died | Earl Scruggs Age:
On the morning of March 28, 2012, At age 88, Earl Scruggs died from natural causes in a Nashville hospital. His funeral was held on Sunday, April 1, 2012, at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, and was open to the public. He was buried at Spring Hill Cemetery in a private service.