Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs were the most popular act in bluegrass music when they made this 1954 appearance at Marylands New River Ranch, a country music park that hosted many touring acts in that era. Scruggs propelled the band with his high-revving banjo, while Lester steered it with his high but oh-so-smooth vocals. Dig the very 1950s-style cartooning on this poster. Printed red and blue on white, 14 x 22. Printed on acid-free paper for durability. Sizes are approximate.