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Nominations for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards were announced by The Recording Academy.
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It's an odd fact that the corporate office of Rounder Records is less than a mile from the Burlington Mall.
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One of the things that newly-minted bluegrass fans often mention after their first encounters is the informal and accessible relationship between the artists and their fans.
Paleface is both the guy's name and the band's name. And while it's unlikely that he was born the son of Mr. and Mrs. Face, who decided that their darling infant song should be called Pale, not even Wikipedia knows what's on his birth certificate.
Just over a year ago since their debut at the IBMA Award Show at the Ryman Auditorium, The Masters of Bluegrass - Del McCoury, JD Crowe, Bobby Osborne, Bobby Hicks and Jerry McCoury - will be making their last appearance together at The Philharmonic Center for the Arts in Naples, Florida, on December 8. The bluegrass super-group boasts four ... (more)
Jamgrass act Yonder Mountain String Band will ring in 2014 with a hometown New Year's run at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, CO.
Bluegrass mandolinist Ricky Skaggs, a 14 Grammy Award-winning musical legend who in his youthful days was a member of bluegrass patriarch Ralph Stanley's band, returns to The Ark Monday night.
It's fitting that Americana breakout artist Nora Jane Struthers' band is the Party Line -- she's connecting with listeners all over the country.
It's the voice that grabs you at first. Greg Garing has one of those old-school country and bluegrass voices that gets inside your bones.
While it is a known fact that Blue Grass Boy Doug Green keeps a diary recording his activities, it isn't so well known that another bluegrass musician did so.
Acoustic musicians Rob Ickes and Jim Hurst are set to do a concert and workshop at the Sallal Grange this weekend.
Minneapolis alt-country band the Pines is at a comfortable place in its extensive musical life.
When it comes to producing world-class musicians, few states can boast of the amazing variety that North Carolina can.
Russell Moore has announced the two newest members of IIIrd Tyme Out . Keith McKinnon is coming aboard on banjo, and Blake Johnson on bass.
Banjo player announced, "I thought I'd write a little note about the circumstances of my leaving The Clay Hess Band, since a good deal of my friends have been asking, and for some reason, people always seem to assume the worst."