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  • Owensboro’s Terry Woodward added as surprise Hall of Fame induction

    Terry Woodward accepts his surprise induction into the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame from Sonny Osborne and Chris Joslin (10/18/18) - photo by Alan Warren, Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer Last night at the Grand Opening of the new Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum in Owensboro, KY, a special set of inductions were

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  • Get Me Gone, new single from Balsam Range

    Fresh off their win as Entertainer of the Year at the IBMA awards last month, Balsam Range has released a second single today from their upcoming album, Aeonic, due in January from Mountain Home Music. This time it's a driving bluegrass number, Get Me Gone, a love lost tale of escape sung

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  • California Report: Dave Berry talks with bassist Lisa Burns

    This month we talk with California Bluegrass Association member, bass player, teacher, and four-time winner of Northern California Bluegrass Society’s Bass Player of the Year award, Lisa Burns. DB: Hi Lisa, you’ve been in the middle of this CBA scene since I met you years ago. Tell us how that evolved. LB:

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  • Special Consensus hits the road

    Special Consensus in Hempstedt, Germany with their trusty travel van. As promised, Special Consensus is sharing their European tour with our readers. Here is the first installment. We all met in Chicago Tuesday, and headed to O'Hare Airport to catch the 4:oo p.m. flight to Frankfurt, Germany. Arrived at 7:15 a.m., picked up

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  • Frank Solivan to Baltimore Management Agency

    Progressive bluegrass icons Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen have announced a new agreement with Philip Chorney and Baltimore Management Agency. Chorney is founder and CEO of the Charm City Bluegrass festival in Baltimore, and has more than a decade's worth of experience in band management, event production and music promotion on his resume. Solivan,

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  • The Killin’ of Kelli Bordeaux from Cumberland County Line

    Cumberland County Line is a bluegrass band from Fayetteville, NC led by mandolinist Bob Phillips and his wife, fiddler Sheila Phillips. The two met playing with another regional group, the Bluegrass Fever Band, while Bob was serving on the US Army at Ft Bragg. Now retired, from the Army, the

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