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Ricky Skaggs' rise in the country music was rapid: He was only five when his father gave him his first mandolin; a year later, this Kentucky first-grader was playing on stage with Bill Monroe, the man who would become his mentor. In this homespun, typically humble memoir, Skaggs writes movingly about his long career; his musical influences; his favorite gospel songs; his favorite stories; and his return to his bluegrass roots. The warm-hearted memoir of a country music legend.