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Dailey & Vincent fans… Don’t forget that this weekend marks the debut of their new television program on RFD-TV. Titled simply The Dailey & Vincent Show, its initial airing will be Saturday, September 5, at 9:30 p.m. (EDT). The program is signed for a 26-show run, through […]
It is the ultimate achievement for anyone who plays bluegrass and country music: to play the Grand Ole Opry. The Grand Ole Opry is not only “The Show That Made Country Music Famous,” but is where bluegrass a as a genre was born in the […]
Is there such a thing as a perfect bluegrass album? I guess that all depends on where you stand on the eternal “what is bluegrass, anyway” debate, and which vocal or instrumental styles are appropriate, and all that nonsense. But I still hold that my own […]
The Jackson County North Carolina Chamber of Commerce, the Town of Sylva, and Jackson County Parks and Recreation have come together to schedule a welcome home parade for Mountain Faith as they return from their America’s Got Talent adventure in New York City. Despite losing […]
The Bluegrass Byway has posted a video of a recent visit from Trinity River Band, featuring the talented Harris siblings performing the title track of their latest album, Heartstrings. Bluegrass Byway is a weekly podcast, hosted by Joe Caliva, where each episode focuses on one artist, […]
Justin Moses has been one of the more active bluegrass musicians working in our music this past decade, but rarely in a showy or bombastic fashion. Possessed of near-virtuosic skills on all the common bluegrass instruments, Moses has served as banjoist with Blue Moon Rising, […]
On This Day … Starting on Friday, September 3, 1965, the first Fincastle Bluegrass Festival, in Fincastle, Virginia, took place. “Wow, hard to believe it’s been fifty years ago … I was there for both of Carlton’s first multi-day festival in 1965 and 1966.” (Gary […]
The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys are bringing their hard driving brand of old school bluegrass to western Europe, and have promised to send us updates along the way. Here’s their fourth installment, from mandolinist C.J. Lewandowski, covering their trip from Hoogstaaten, Belgium to Spanbroek in Holland. Jan was up early to […]
How would you like to have a photo of yourself and your banjo hanging in the home of Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn? Well the two banjo mavens have put out a call for just that, so that they can assemble a mosaic from the […]
Sad news tonight for bluegrass fans. Mountain Faith Band failed to make it through to the final round on America’s Got Talent. It was a good ride, but the voters didn’t choose them to continue on. We’re still mighty proud of this spunky bunch from […]
Bluegrass sites we like
Since 2003, the DC Bluegrass Union has been a federally-recognized not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting Bluegrass music in the Washington DC and surrounding areas.
IBMA: Working together for high standards of professionalism, a greater appreciation for our music, and the success of the worldwide bluegrass community.
Located in the RiverPark Center Complex in Owensboro, KY, this state-of-the-art facility displays the history of bluegrass music through interpretive exhibits, films, recordings, photographs, posters, costumes and instruments.
Supporting cultural diversity and increased understanding among peoples through the documentation, preservation, and dissemination of sound.
The Capital Area Bluegrass and Old-time Music Association (CABOMA) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to preserving and promoting bluegrass and old-time music by providing a consistent place in the D.C. area for members to jam, twice-monthly, rain or s
The California Bluegrass Association (CBA) is a California Non-Profit Corporation which was founded in 1975 in the San Francisco Bay Area. The CBA is dedicated to the furtherance of Bluegrass, Old-Time, and Gospel Music in California.