Byron Berline, a renowned fiddler who played with bluegrass greats like Bill Monroe as well as rock legends like the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, died Saturday, according to family social media posts and news reports out of Oklahoma, where he owned a world-famous fiddle shop. He was 77.
Berline’s family posted on his Facebook page that he had been recovering from a stroke. “Byron suffered a stroke in the cerebellum which affected his coordination and vision. He was making improvements with his eyes and coordination, and getting stronger. After a few weeks he began