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The Reno Brothers are a modern bluegrass/acoustic country music group with emphasis on vocal harmonies. Their harmonization tends to be very close, providing a rich vocal texture as opposed to an intricate one. Such music often sets up a cozy world shining with love for a woman and a love for God. While both shades are present on Three Part Harmony, excellent variety also appears with the "swinggrass" "Movie Time Blues" and the three instrumental cuts spread out over the album. Even the songs provide stunning instrumental breaks largely due to Don Wayne and Dale Reno (banjo/lead guitar and mandolin, respectively). Third brother and son to bluegrass legend Don Reno, Ronnie mostly takes the lead vocal. He displays the same exquisite Americana/country expression that won him acclaim with his father, Red Smiley, the Osborne Brothers, and Merle Haggard. Don Wayne takes the lead on the one quartet arrangement and sole gospel piece, "Let in the Guiding Light."


Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

The Reno Brothers -- Ronnie, Dale, and Don Wayne -- were the sons of legendary banjo picker Don Reno; like their father, they focused their careers on string band and bluegrass music. Ronnie entered the music business around 1956, playing mandolin with his dad and Red Smiley on Roanoke, Virginia's Top o' the Mornin' TV show. Ronnie and his father kept hosting the show after Smiley left, and during the late '60s, he began playing bass with the Osborne Brothers. He remained with the Osbornes through...
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