Category: Bluegrass Videos

Ice Crisis – Is it bluegrass?

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Nope. That’s an easy answer. This early taste from the CD Stash!, expected soon from Boston-based guitarist/vocalist Stash Wyslouch – late of The Deadly Gentlemen – explores Wyslouch’s personal musical experiment with acoustic metal. Prior to coming to bluegrass, Stash was consumed with rock and metal […]

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David Parmley & Cardinal Tradition

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments
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David Parmley has changed the name of his touring band ahead of his return to full time performing in 2016. Since shortly after leaving The Bluegrass Cardinals in 1992, David has worked with a group billed as Continental Divide. For a time, he was partnered […]

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Radio video from The Steeps

| July 27, 2015 | 0 Comments
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The Steep Canyon Rangers have released a music video from the title track of their upcoming album, Radio. It finds our heroes on stage amidst a dazzling light show, picking and singing in the studio, and jamming on the bus – the life of a […]

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Jerusalem Ridge video from the O’Connors

| July 24, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Mark and Maggie O’Connor have released a second video from their upcoming Duo CD, Mark’s arrangement of the classic Bill Monroe tune, Jerusalem Ridge. This is one that bluegrass fans know well, though Mark refers to it in his notes as Jerusalem’s Ridge. “Jerusalem’s Ridge is […]

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Honesty video from Mustered Courage

| July 21, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Aussie grass pop mavens Mustered Courage have dropped a music video for Honesty, a new track released ahead of their next album. It finds the guys racing heavily-armored tricycles in a live action video game to the lushly-produced strains of the latest single. There’s a new three-man format […]

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War In My Mind video from Natural Fusion Project

| July 21, 2015 | 0 Comments
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When musical friends get together to experiment without preconceptions, interesting and unexpected outcomes can be the result. Such is the case with The Natural Fusion Project, a two-year-old effort that came from a pair of Slovak artists looking to merge their musical approaches. One, Richard Cifersky, was […]

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The Moron Brothers on their Hillbilly Houseboat

| July 20, 2015 | 0 Comments
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The Moron Brothers have been regaling bluegrass audiences with down home comedy and wisdom from their home in Kentucky this past 20 years. Typically this has been from festival stages where their mix of music and mayhem is always a big hit, but the Brothers are […]

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Sierra and Justin visit Brazil

| July 16, 2015 | 0 Comments
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OK… so it was only a metaphorical visit. But you certainly get the flavor of Brazil in this brilliant mandolin duet performed by Sierra Hull and Justin Moses at the Frankfort Bluegrass Festival in Frankfort, IL last weekend. It’s a tune called Desuairada, which Sierra said […]

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The Blackest Crow video – Yellow Creek Sessions

| July 14, 2015 | 0 Comments
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During last months ROMP festival in Owensboro, KY, several of the artists working the main stage slid over to a more secluded section of Yellow Creek Park to shoot a series of intimate video performances. The International Bluegrass Music Museum, who hosts the festival, has just […]

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Helen live video from ClayBank

| July 14, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Western North Carolina’s ClayBank has posted another live stage video, this time from a recent performance at the Music Fest ‘n Sugar Grove in Sugar Grove, NC this past weekend. It’s their version of Helen, a chestnut previously recorded by J.D. Crowe and East Virginia.   […]

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