Jingle Bells from Sleepy Man Banjo Boys

More great bluegrass Christmas music from the now-famous Sleepy Man Banjo Boys.

The picking’ Mizzone boys have laid down a version of Jingle Bells using licks and phrases first popularized when their great-grandparents were young. It is available for sale online as a digital download, with all proceeds going to support widows and orphans worldwide through the James Fund.

Here’s Jonny on banjo, Robbie on fiddle and Tommy on guitar:

Jingle Bells: [http://traffic.libsyn.com/thegrasscast/jingle.mp3]

Look for the boys on the Huckabee show December 10 and 11 on the Fox News channel. They will perform Jingle Bells live and talk about their goal to raise $10,000 through the single for The James Fund.

You can find out more about these talented youngsters on their web site or Facebook page.


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