Old and in the Way was a bluegrass supergroup in the 1970s. The group performed traditional tunes such as "Pig in a Pen" as well as bluegrass-flavored versions of the Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses" and Peter Rowan's "Panama Red".
Old and in the Way's debut album Old and in the Way which was released in 1975 went on to become one of the best selling bluegrass albums of all time. The group, without the late Jerry Garcia and John Kahn, released a reunion album in 2002, called Old and in the Gray.
- Jerry Garcia - banjo, vocals
- David Grisman - mandolin, vocals
- Peter Rowan - vocals, guitar
- Vassar Clements - fiddle
- John Kahn - bass
- Richard Greene - fiddle (original player during the group's first three months)
- John Hartford - fiddle (relieved Richard Greene during rehearsal sessions
- Old & In the Way [10.1973]
- That High Lonesome Sound [20.02.1996]
- Breakdown [18.11.1997]
- Live at the Boarding House 
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