Ralph Stanley Singing "Man of Constant Sorrow" at The Grand Ole Opry is Other-Worldly

Ralph Stanley Singing “Man of Constant Sorrow” at The Grand Ole Opry is Other-Worldly

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In honor of Ralph Stanley, the Grand Ole Opry released a video of him performing “Man of Constant Sorrow” on the famous stage.

Lately, Stanley was best known “Man of Constant Sorrow,” and his work on the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack, but even before he won a GRAMMY for “O Death,” another song he performed for the soundtrack, Stanley was making waves in the bluegrass genre.

He was a member of the Bluegrass Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry. The Library of Congress presented him with a Living Legend award in 2000.

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