Uncle Bunt Stephens Uncle Bunt Stephens
John L. "Bunt" Stephens (Bedford, Tennessee, February 2, 1879 - Lynchburg, July 25, 1951), known as Uncle Bunt, was an American old-time fiddle player. After rising from relative obscurity in 1926 to win a nationwide fiddle contest hosted by automobile magnate Henry Ford, Stephens went on to record several tracks for Columbia Records and made several guest appearances on what would later become the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville before retiring to his farm near Lynchburg, Tennessee. His style of fiddle playing is believed to resemble a style that was popular before the American Civil War.

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