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  • Gary Brewer and Emi Sunshine together for Paradise remake

    Anyone who has been paying attention to bluegrass this past few years will have noticed how much the classic country sound has been creeping into the genre. Young bands in particular have been embracing the style as a part of their bluegrass shows, and even non-grassers like The Malpass Brothers

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  • Sawmill Road returns to bluegrass!

    Back in the early days of the new century, there was a very popular group out west that was making waves in the bluegrass community. Composed of a quintet of veteran performers, Sawmill Road, thrilled audiences close to home, but were mostly just a legend back east, as various schedule commitments

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  • Classic Country Radio is now Real Roots Radio

    Announcing the debut of Real Roots Radio, the wonderfully alliterative new name for the group of radio stations in southern Ohio run by bluegrass icon Joe Mullins. These include WBZI, WKFI, and WEDI, all broadcasting the same signal from the studios in Xenia. They play a wide mix of material, based on

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  • Lullaby single from Backline Bluegrass

    Poor Mountain Records is set to release their debut album from Backline Bluegrass this weekend, and have a lead single available now for download sale. Aptly named as Lullaby, the song finds a new mother singing her baby to sleep with promises of lifelong love and safety. And like most of the

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  • Never Standing Still – Shannon Slaughter

    Shannon Slaughter has consistently released quality music during his time on the national scene, from several years with the Lonesome River Band to more recent albums with wife Heather and his own band County Clare. His latest album, Never Standing Still, is billed as a solo effort (his second), and

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  • Flatt Lonesome Trio on Facebook Thursday night

    The Flatt Lonesome Trio has scheduled a special, free Facebook Live concert for Thursday night, March 22, at 8:00 p.m. (EDT). The Trio is the sibling portion of the band, older sister Kelsi Harrigill, who is the band's mandolinist, with her younger twin siblings Buddy Robertson on guitar, and Charli Robertson on

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