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  • Second Cup Of Coffee from Chris Roberts

    Rural Rhythm Records and Engelhardt Music Group have another single coming from their upcoming album by Chris Roberts. This time it's one from that venerated bluegrass songwriter, Gordon Lightfoot, who has spent an entire career providing songs for grassers, without ever knowing he was doing it. He wrote songs primarily for

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  • Adam Steffey is back – with Volume Five!

    With the announced departure of Colby Laney as guitarist with Volume Five, the band has announced a couple of big changes. Jacob Burleson will switch from mandolin to guitar, and the band will welcome the big daddy, Adam Steffey, into the group on mandolin. Glen Harrell, fiddler and lead vocalist for Volume

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  • The Next Eleven Miles – Michelle Canning

    Although it’s only her second album so far, The Next Eleven Miles demonstrates both an eloquence and experience that belies her lack of greater public awareness. A native of northwestern Massachusetts, Michelle Canning can claim the distinction of being the youngest individual ever to win the title of New England

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  • Les Sears passes

    Popular Virginia bluegrass personality and radio host Les Sears passed away on January 15 during the Yee Haw Music Festival in Okeechobee, FL. He was 70 years of age. Les was beloved by the bluegrass community - artists, festival attendees, promoters, and his fellow broadcasters. In fact, he made a friend of

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  • Weekend photos from Yee Haw Music Fest 2019

    Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver close out the 2019 Yee Haw Music Fest - photo © Bill Warren The 25th Yee Haw Music Fest has come to an end. The weather was perfect, the crowd was big, and the music – it was bluegrass and it was great. Friday and Saturday both started

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  • California Report: Jeremy Darrow

    Jeremy Darrow is a frequent bluegrass blogger, IBMA board member, and bass player for the roots pop band Front Country. Originally from North Carolina, Jeremy now resides in Nashville and though he is not California based, he qualifies as next of kin, given the band’s San Francisco roots. I’m happy

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