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  • Welcome Indy Williamson

    Another bluegrass baby - with a legit bluegrass name! Chris Williamson, bass player with Volume Five, and his wife Brittany, welcomed their first child into the world earlier this week. Indy Jolene Williamson was born on March 19 at 12:50 a.m. in Gainesville, GA. Mom and daughter are doing well, and Chris and

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  • Crepe Paper Heart – Becky Buller

    I have a problem with Becky Buller. There I said it. My problem: After a couple of earlier reviews of Becky’s music, I’m running out of adjectives to describe her latest Dark Shadow Recording project, Crepe Paper Heart. How many ways are there, in the English language at least, to say “wow,”

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  • Might As Well video from The Lil Smokies

    Montana's Lil Smokies have a new music video to share, recorded at the Boulder Theater in Colorado. Might As Well comes from their latest album, Changing Shades, and was written by vocalist and reso-guitarist Andy Dunnigan. He is joined by Scott Parker on bass, Jake Simpson on fiddle, Matt Rieger on guitar, and Matt

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  • CMH to launch digital reissues of classic bluegrass

    When CMH Records was founded by German immigrant Martin Haerle in 1975, he and his partner, Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith, focused on contemporary bluegrass and traditional country music. Haerle had become a fan of the music while he lived in Germany, and after moving the US, eventually ended up as a Vice

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  • Charm City Bluegrass expands to two days in 2018

    Baltimore's Charm City Bluegrass Festival has announced that they will be expanding to a two day event in this its sixth year. The urban, downtown festival will bring nearly two dozen acts from the more progressive side of bluegrass to town April 27-28 at the city's Druid Hill Park. Headliners this

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