The concept of bluegrass “success” is a subjective one, especially in a world where the majority of bluegrass professionals hold at least an off-season day job (for what it’s worth, this was once true of professional athletes, too). Last week, I suggested that you can […]
Author Archive: Jason Lombard
Jason Lombard's is a Colorado-based photographer. His first concert was an Iron Maiden show in 1981 at a small venue in England. He has been a live music fan ever since, and bluegrass has been an integral chapter in his lifelong quest to keep exploring and finding bands and musicians to watch and listen to. His photography is simply an extension of that desire.
The Infamous Stringdusters showed up in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on the tail end of an incredible winter storm that brought about 5 feet of snow to the surrounding mountains. Considering these guys are on their Ski Tour the timing was excellent. The Pink Garter, located on Broadway […]
Last weekend’s LEAF (Lake Eden Arts Festival), in Black Mountain, NC, was ushered in by a fairly brutal cold front, which meant steady winds and frigid temps, but fortunately, sunny skies. Although this isn’t a specifically bluegrass festival, it is an event that covers a […]