Alan Munde Alan Munde
Born in Norman, Oklahoma, Munde learned banjo from one of Oklahoma's best pickers, Ed Shelton, and did a lot of non-professional playing around Oklahoma where he first met Byron Berline at the University of Oklahoma. Shelton introduced Alan to three fine Dallas bluegrass pickers - Mitchell Land, Louis "Bosco" Land and Harless "Tootie" Williams - and the four of them joined forces to form "The Stone Mountain Boys" in 1965. Alan moved to Kentucky in January of 1969, after he had graduated from college, to play with Wayne Stewart and Sam Bush in a group called Poor Richard's Almanac.

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