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  • Echoes Of Love from Eddie Sanders

    Oklahoma bluegrass singer and songwriter, Eddie Sanders, has released a third single from his upcoming project with Rural Rhythm Records and Engelhardt Music Group. Eddie has been around the music since he was a young'n, but stepped away for a while before returning with this recent effort. Folks in the southwest recall

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  • California Report: Victor Skidanenko talks Central Valley Boys

    Victor Skidanenko  is a Bay Area fan favorite performer and teacher of banjo, mandolin, and guitar. He currently plays banjo in the Central Valley Boys and the Thundering Heard, and guitar and mandolin in the True Life Troubadours. Tell us about your first bluegrass influences. My father always listened to classic country

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  • Welcome Willow Troutman

    Eric Troutman, bass player with The Country Gentlemen Tribute Band, and his wife, Kristal, have welcomed their first daughter into the world. Willow Evieanna Troutman was born on February 18 at 11:29 a.m. in Harrisburg, PA. She came in weighing 9lb 2oz, and stretching out to 19 1/4 inches long. She joins her two

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  • Wednesday at the Florida Bluegrass Classic

    The early arrivals at the Florida Bluegrass Classic did what bluegrassers do best – we ate. The annual Wednesday evening potluck was a huge success. No one went away hungry! The crowd then enjoyed a radio/open mic show hosted by Nashville entertainer Rodney Parker. The show consisted of all festival attendees

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  • Alan Perdue passes

    Alan Perdue, popular North Carolina bluegrass musician, died yesterday afternoon at the hospital in Chapel Hill. He was 49 years of age, and had been suffering from liver disease. Just last month, fans and friends gathered in Trinity, NC for a concert and fundraiser to help Alan and his family with escalating

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  • Darren Nicholson talks the latest Balsam Range single

    The Rambler is the fourth, and latest single released by Balsam Range from their current Aeonic project. The song addresses perhaps the only glaring weakness in the band's strong repertoire - the paucity of lead vocals from mandolinist Darren Nicholson. To this ear, Darren's low key delivery and rich baritone voice

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