Category: Bluegrass Videos

Crowe, Lawson, Williams video from Bean Blosom

| September 1, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Betsy White shared another of her videos from the 2015 Bean Blossom festival, this time of the legends show from J.D. Crowe, Doyle Lawson, and Paul Williams. It finds them performing Once A Day, written by Bill Anderson, and a monster hit for Connie Smith […]

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Montage video from Brian Godchaux & Sandy Rothman

| August 28, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Brian Godchaux & Sandy Rothman have released a new video, created by Dutch mandolinist and photographer Theo Van Trier, using audio from one of the tunes on Brian and Sandy’s new album of banjo/fiddle duets, The Red Fiddle & The Silver Banjo, against a montage of lovely photos. The […]

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Father’s House video from Mipso

| August 24, 2015 | 0 Comments
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North Carolina has produced its share of celebrated folk musicians, especially from the western Appalachian region. Much of what we know as bluegrass today percolated in those hills, just as it did in Bill Monroe’s Kentucky. The newest North Carolina sensation is Mipso, a group of […]

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New video from Dale Ann Bradley

| August 21, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Pinecastle Records has released a new music video from their new album by Dale Ann Bradley, Pocket Full Of Keys. It’s a superb record full of the sort of simple and sincere song delivery we have come to expect from this 5-time recipient of the Female […]

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Bluegrass video for toddlers from Kate & The Lost Boys

| August 20, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Kate Christopher Goldbas is a musician and music teacher in New York City who has developed a unique way to involve young students in the rhythmic aspects of music. Utilizing the sort of musical game playing at the heart of the Kindermusik and Suzuki educational […]

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Hot Rize plays the streets of New York

| August 20, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Hot Rize has released a new music video, produced by Mason Jar Music, that finds them masquerading as street musicians in the Big Apple. Our heroes pick and sing one of their songs from the early days, while bemused cityfolk turn into delighted fans. Pete Wernick, Hot […]

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Sierra Hull at Music City Roots

| August 17, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Music City Roots has released a number of videos from their special bluegrass episode last week. The show was held in conjunction with the announcement of the 2015 IBMA Awards nominees earlier in the day on August 12, and featured live performances from Chris Jones & […]

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Trey Hensley & Rob Ickes video from The Down Home

| August 14, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Trey Hensley & Rob Ickes have posted this video from their performance last Friday at The Down Home in Johnson City, TN. It finds them laying down a scorching version of Jimmy Martin’s Freeborn Man, which has served as a flatpicking showcase for many a […]

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Flatt Lonesome offers sneak peek at Runaway Train

| August 13, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Mountain Home Records has dropped a sneak peek video to introduce bluegrass fans to some of the music on their upcoming release, Runaway Train, from Flatt Lonesome. It finds the talented young group working in the studio, laying down the grass, and rehearsing their trademark sibling […]

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It Could Have Been The Mandolin video from Donna Ulisse

| August 11, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Donna Ulisse has come up with a clever way to promote her new single, It Could Have Been The Mandolin. It will be included on her next album, Hard Cry Moon. She’s created a spoof news video, reporting on the mysterious “death” of her banjo […]

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