Doyle Lawson was considered one of the premiere bluegrass mandolin players by his peers; his bluegrass-gospel band Quicksilver were equally respected. Lawson made his recording debut with Red Allen and bassist Bobby Slone on Bluegrass Holiday and subsequently recorded two albums with J.D. Crowe. In 1971, Lawson joined the Country Gentlemen -- he remained with the band for several years and recorded ten albums with them. Lawson also recorded an album of mandolin instrumentals, Tennessee Dream, in 1977. In 1979, he put Quicksilver together; they released their self-titled debut album in 1980 and followed it up with Rock My Soul. They also released a gospel album, Heavenly Treasures. ~ Sandra Brennan
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