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  • Tyminski debuts his new music on CBS tonight

    The question has often been asked of late, "What ever happened to Dan Tyminski?" A soulful bluegrass crooner and multi-instrumentalist, Dan has been largely absent from the bluegrass scene since Alison Krauss cut back on touring, and then returned promoting her latest country music project. Other than the odd appearance with

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  • Sierra Hull mesmerizes at Guthrie

    Sierra Hull at the 2017 annual Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival - photo by Pamm Tucker With a full moon rising, Sierra Hull took the stage at the 21st Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival, a lawn-full of bluegrass music enthusiasts waiting and watching. It is not new news that Hull’s inspiration comes from the

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  • The Boxcars to decouple after 2017

    A major page in 21st century bluegrass is set to turn at the end of this year, with The Boxcars shutting it down and disbanding after this fall touring season. Since 2010 the band has set a standard for excellence rarely seen in our music, with 4 critically-acclaimed recordings to

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  • Mile Twelve Down Under

    Mile Twelve in front of Mount Ruapehu and Mount Ngauruhoe (cast as Mordor in Lord of the Rings) Following their star turn last month at IBMA's World Of Bluegrass convention in Raleigh, NC, Mile Twelve headed off for a month-long tour in the South Pacific. Fiddler Bronwyn Keith-Hynes shared this mini-travelogue

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  • Blue Grass Special in Country Music People

    The October 2017 edition of the long-standing British glossy publication Country Music People (CMP) is noted as a Blue Grass Special edition, the first time in my memory that the magazine has been devoted to the genre. The cover features the new Queen of Bluegrass Music, Rhonda Vincent, her Gibson mandolin

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  • Ricky Skaggs to ride the Santa Train

    Every year since 1942, the CSX Corporation has run a special train from Shelby, KY to Kingsport, TN at the beginning of the holiday season. Known as The Santa Train, it makes stops in 14 different communities along the way, distributing gifts to less fortunate families in Kentucky, Tennessee, and

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