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... the instrument into a whole new arena. Unlike the rote step-toward-the-mike mandolin solos we tend to hear from bluegrass/newgrass groups both young and old, Joliff's mandolin work anchors the entire tune, very much in the manner of a lead guitarist ... Comment?
... of discussion forums here at Bluegras Today . In particular, we have revived the very popular discussion group, Bluegrass Rules , which ran successfully for many years before being folded into our site last year. It is meant to be a wide-open ... Comment?
... and loneliness. Nope, Ulrich told me. It's a love song. John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, ... Comment?
... Latin-American beats accompanied by his powerful and emotional Spanish vocal parts. In Marblehead, shows include bluegrass phenomenon Tim O'Brien at the Me & Thee . All shows begin at 9 p.m. unless specified. Other Live Music This Weekend: Fri., ... Comment?
... the areas perhaps most associated with the banjo today, in the late 19th century. And though we think of bluegrass and the banjo as being born together, bluegrass didn't evolve until the mid-1940s. As part of a band called the Blue Grass Boys, Earl ... Comment?
John Reischman, one of the best bluegrass mandolinists, has just released an album of solo instrumental bluegrass and acoustic roots music with some stunning special guests! He duets on the album titled Walk Along John with Chris Thile of the Punch Brothers, renowned old-time fiddler Bruce Molsky, banjo genius Tony Trischka, young grasscore pickers ... (more) Comment?
... studio guitarist Waddy Wachtel and Nickel Creek alumni Sara and Sean Watkins. The album also features the esteemed bluegrass combo the Steep Canyon Rangers with whom Martin recorded his latest GrammyA nominated album Rare Bird Alert with and has ... Comment?
David Wax Museum's eclectic sound has deep roots in Mexican and American soil. On several trips south of the border, including a yearlong Harvard fellowship, David Wax has immersed himself in the country's rich traditional music culture, son mexicano, learning from the form's living masters. Comment?
Double bill of mandolinist Grisman,(with flatpicking guitarist/singer Jim Hurst and son Sam Grisman on bass), and Jarosz, a singer/songwriter who plays mandolin, octave mandolin, clawhammer banjo and guitar. Comment?
... lacking on the song side of things. We've now settled into a blend of what we call 'Roots & Groove.' Our roots in bluegrass and Americana are still very strong and we really have some meaningful songs with messages and things we believe and feel. ... Comment?
Houston fans of the folk rock group Mumford & Sons have been waiting a long time for the band to head this way again. Comment?
... album The Enchantment! With a mix of jazz and pop standards, crossing a myriad of genres, from jazz, bluegrass, rock, flamenco and gospel, this will be a casual, intimate evening with two legends from different musical worlds. His relationship w ... Comment?
R&B. This genre is exemplified by neo-traditional masterpieces such as Charles Bradley's forthcoming "Victim of Love," the beat-driven cool of Solange Knowles' "True" EP, Usher's performance at SXSW with indie rock vets the Afghan Whigs, Justin Timberlake's trippy "The 20/20 Experience" and our local Purple Guy's muscular resurgence with ... (more) Comment?
... Searches for guitars, mandolins and banjos increased 25-fold from before the Grammys. Southwest Virginia, home of bluegrass and old-time mountain music, is a sweet spot for banjo-mania. "Looks like the banjo passed the mandolin as the hot ... Comment?
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The venue announced 15 shows for its summer outdoor series and promised more to come. Comment?
Photo by Karin Elton Annie Samuelson, a Marshall High School senior, attempts to catch a frisbee tossed by Matt Yoder, a youth minister at Marshall Evangelical Free Church on Friday afternoon in Independence Park in Marshall. Comment?
... and wood, mostly acoustic program featuring some of the best new and established artists from the worlds of folk, bluegrass, singer-songwriters, alt.country, Americana, classic country, old-time, Celtic, and everything that falls in between. The ... Comment?
... and Tony Rice as influences. Marty O'Reilly will open for the group playing a sweeping variety of folk songs. bluegrass, southern rock and a unique splash of jam band influence. The group will perform original music as well as 'Dark Side of the ... Comment?
Two-band bill rips blistering 'grass-rock, all jammed-up If you are bored with what you've already heard but you still love jam-'grass done well and fresh, then welcome back to what we have been doing since The Avett Bros. Comment?