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The passing of Everett on May 8, 2012, was a shock to all lovers of bluegrass music. We miss him more than words can express.
The Mountaineers have had an exciting September. On September 11, Everett Lilly and The Lilly Mountaineers were joined onstage by Marty Stuart for a couple of songs. He performed Get In Line Brother with the band, which is also the song he joined them for on the album, "Everett Lilly and Everybody & Their Brother." He also played guitar on an awesome reendition of "Orange Blossom Special." Click here to view both performances on our PHOTOS/VIDEOS page.
The Mountaineers have been in the studio working on their latest album...Black Gold. The album, released in May 2011, has been receiving local airplay on 105.9 WTNJ. Support the Mountaineers by requesting the single Black Gold today!
Everett Lilly received the 2009 Vandalia Award at the annual Vandalia Gathering in Charleston, WV on May 23, 2009. After receiving the award, Mr. Lilly and The Lilly Mountaineers entertained the crowd long after their scheduled time during the evening. They were joined onstage by master fiddler, Buddy Griffin.
Bluegrass legend Everett Lilly was inducted into the WV Music Hall of Fame on November 6, 2008. Renowned artists Tim O'Brien and Peter Rowan paid tribute to Mr. Lilly and The Lilly Brothers by performing their rendition of "Little Annie."
The Lilly Mountaineers were the recipients of the 2008 IBMA Recorded Event of the Year Award for their latest album, "Everett Lilly and Everybody & Their Brother." Those members honored were Everett Lilly, Daniel Lilly, Mark Lilly, and Rad Lewis. Also honored was producer and performer Charles Lilly, their beloved son and brother, who passed away in May 2006 during the recording of the album.
Purchase the 2008 IBMA Recorded Event of the Year award-winning album "Everett Lilly and Everybody & Their Brother" directly from our online store. Award-winners on the album are: Everett Lilly, Charles Lilly, Daniel Lilly, Mark Lilly, Marty Stuart, Rhonda Vincent, Darrin Vincent, Billy Walker, Ronnie & Rob McCoury, David Ball, Charlie Cushman, Larry Stephenson, Joe Spivey, Eddie Stubbs, Jason Carter, Dickey Lee, Freddy Weller, Mike Bub, Rad Lewis, Andy May, Marcia Campbell, Clay Rigdon, Eric Blankenship and Bill Wolfenbarger.