How do we define “success” in the bluegrass music business? We certainly can’t do it by the standards used in the mass market music world, where success is considered to have been achieved when you own your own airplane and can no longer appear in […]
Author Archive: Andy Garrigue
Andy Garrigue is a long time music critic from central Virginia who loves bluegrass in many forms. A professional photographer, he strives to capture images that share the joy, intensity and beauty of the music, and the flavor of the events that present the music. Andy is Sales and Marketing Manager for Cedar Creek Custom Case Shoppe and TKL World-Class Cases.
This report and photo gallery from the Wayne Henderson Festival in Mouth of Wilson, VA comes from Andy Garrigue. The festival is part stage show and part guitar competition, with the winner receiving a custom Wayne Henderson guitar. Proceeds from the one-day event go towards […]
One last MerleFest 2013 gallery from Andy Garrigue, who also shared these comments. Heavy numbers poured in Sunday to see The Avett Brothers close down Merlefest 2013, despite the calls for rain throughout the day, and their late afternoon set was alternately passionately energetic, to […]
Here’s another gallery of Andy Garrigue’s photos from MerleFest 2013, this time focusing on The Avett Brothers and their flamboyant cellist, Joe Kwon. Andy shared these few words about their show. “While the attention is often focused on Scott and Seth Avett when The Avett […]