Cary Lung

Cary Lung

Profile:
Cary Lung grew up in a small farm town in the San Joaquin Valley of California where there were more cows and vineyards than street corners. As a young boy he sang and harmonized with his grandfather. In the mid-1960s he met Kenny Hall, the legendary mandolin player, who became his mentor. Cary recorded two albums with the Sweets Mill String Band and, with the Portable Folk Festival, performed in coffeehouses and festivals across the country. In the late 70s he changed directions and opened a magical toy store in Tucson. He moved to Seattle in 2003 and retuned to his musical roots.
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Artist

Cary Lung Discography

Vocals

TPH-727 Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band Little Girl Dressed In Blue and 1 more… Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band - Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band(LP, Album) Bay Records (2) TPH-727 US 1972 Sell This Version
BAY CD 727 Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band - Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band(CD, Comp, RE) Bay Records (2) BAY CD 727 US 2001 Sell This Version
0409 Red Dog (4) Red Dog (4) - Hard Times(CD, Album) Olddog Records 0409 US 2009 Sell This Version

Instruments & Performance

TPH-727 Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band Little Girl Dressed In Blue and 2 more… Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band - Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band(LP, Album) Bay Records (2) TPH-727 US 1972 Sell This Version
BAY CD 727 Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band - Kenny Hall And The Sweets Mill String Band(CD, Comp, RE) Bay Records (2) BAY CD 727 US 2001 Sell This Version
0409 Red Dog (4) Red Dog (4) - Hard Times(CD, Album) Olddog Records 0409 US 2009 Sell This Version