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Sounds of our Heritage Semester Finale Concert at KCTM

By |April 20th, 2018|Bluegrass festival/concert news, Bluegrass instructional resources, Breaking News, Kentucky Center for Traditional Music|

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Bender Jamboree kicks off in style

By |April 19th, 2018|Bender Jamboree, Bluegrass festival/concert news, Breaking News|

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Grateful Ball Tour in October

By |July 13th, 2016|Bluegrass festival/concert news, Featured, Jeff Austin, Travelin McCourys|

Good news for bluegrass loving Dead Heads! The Jeff Austin Band and The Travelin’ McCourys have decided to recreate their successful Grateful Ball concert as a week-long tour this October. The original show was held at Urban Chestnut Brewing in St.

More photos from Norwalk 2016

By |July 12th, 2016|Band Of Ruhks, Blue Mafia, Bluegrass festival/concert news, Caney Creek, Featured, Harbourtown, Idletymes, Junior Sisk|

The Friday stage show at the Norwalk Music Festival was kicked off by a local band, Vertical Limit, playing strong, traditional bluegrass. They were followed by Columbus, Ohio’s Out of Mind Bluegrass Band. Co-promoter Kurt Hickman brought his band, Harbourtown to

A Show for Joe in September

By |July 11th, 2016|Alison Krauss, Blue Ridge Music Center, Bluegrass festival/concert news, Featured, Jerry Douglas, Joe Wilson, The Whites|

Joe Wilson, who died in 2015, was an unsung hero in the world of traditional music. His work was almost always behind the scenes rather than on stage, but his passion for the music and culture of the Appalachian region

Bluegrass on the Grass 2016

By |July 11th, 2016|Bluegrass festival/concert news, Charm City Junction, Coaltown Rounders, Featured, High Fidelity|

Once again, Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania has hosted their free festival, Bluegrass on the Grass on campus. It’s an event for the local community, as most students are gone now for summer vacation, but faculty and staff also often

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