Charles River Valley Boys

group and band

Aged unknown

The Charles River Valley Boys were an American bluegrass group who toured and recorded in the 1960s and were best known for their 1966 album, Beatle Country, presenting bluegrass versions of songs by The Beatles.

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

Club 47. Here Joan Baez and Bob Dylan sang duets, Muddy Waters played the blues, and Tom Rush, the Charles River Valley Boys and Eric Von Schmidt led the 60s folk revival. 1958-1963

47 Palmer Street, Cambridge, MA, United States where it led the 60s folk revival