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    Veteran bluegrass mandolin player Dewey Murphy has promised to donate his mandolin to the International Bluegrass Music Museum (IBMM), in Owensboro, when he retires from music.The 79 year old from North Carolina still plays at bluegrass festivals, but his 1924 Lloyd Loar mandolin will go to a good home. Gabrielle Gray, the museum’s executive director, [...]

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    Wonderful. A Loar in a museum. What good does it do anybody? This is why they are going for over $200K. Good grief.

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