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Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands in concert at Berkeley's Freight & Salvage. The Grammy-winning artist has lived in Berkeley "pretty much since I was 8 years old."
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Rhonda Vincent & the Rage, the most awarded band in bluegrass music history, will be hitting the road in the newly wrapped Martha White Bluegrass Express tour bus.
This week Hall of Fame member, multi-award winning bluegrass and gospel legend Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver will be performing two great shows -- one in Virginia and the next in Tennessee.
Rhonda Vincent has just released a CD titled Only Me, where she shows off both her country and bluegrass musical personalities.
Punch Brothers features Chris Thile on mandolin, Noam Pikelny on banjo, Chris Eldridge on guitar, Paul Kowert on bass and Gabe Witcher on fiddle.
Charlotte Figi was born with a severe strain of Epilepsy called Dravet Syndrome.
You may have a heard a new song on K102 called "Hey Brother." It's been a hit on pop radio for quite some but now a new mix's been made for country radio.
They may not carry the same weight as initial lineup announcements but music festival additions offer many new reasons for festivarians to get excited.
John Goad is a graduate of the East Tennessee State University Bluegrass, Old Time & Country Music program, and is now pursuing a Masters degree in Appalachian Studies at ETSU.
BA©la Fleck is considered by many to be the premiere banjo player in the world.
Miners Creek will perform Sunday, March 23, from 1 to 4 p.m. as part of Camden-Rockport Historical Society's Maple Sugar Sunday celebration at the historic Conway House complex, Route 1 at the Camden-Rockport town line.
This Wednesday March 12th, at Music City Roots - Live from Loveless Cafe Barn, the featured artists will include Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Wild Ponies, Cabinet, Don duprie and Teea Goans.
The band consists of Chris West on guitar, Brandon Bostic on reso-guitar, David Mowell on mandolin, Travis Anderson on bass, and Rusty Ferrell on banjo.
Players will enjoy exciting table game action, giveaways and cash-prize contests.
Frances Mooney and Fontanna Sunset kicked the day off, and were followed by the Amanda and Scott Anderson Band.