Bluegrass Today will have a presence at this year’s annual convention of the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass in America. There will be live concerts, showcase stages, a banjo workshop, a band competition, and the annual SPBGMA awards presentations over the course of the next four days. Not to mention jamming, jamming, and more jamming!
Things kick off on Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m., and we’ll have a booth in the exhibit hall all weekend (1/31-2/3). Please come by and say “hey” if you are in attendance.
We’ll also have a number of correspondents and photographers roaming the halls of the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville for the duration. Look for reports here at Bluegrass Today.
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