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  • On This Day #54 – New Lost City Ramblers

    On this day …..  On the Sunday evening of May 25, 1958, the New Lost City Ramblers (NLCR) played a half hour set on John Dildine's weekly folk music radio show on Washington, DC’s WASH-FM radio station, thus making their first public performance.  One of the numbers the then nameless trio performed

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  • Hot Pink House Trailer from Fink, Marxer & Gleaves

    Long running folk and old time duo Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer have added a third, and rebranded for a new album with singer/songwiter and multi-instrumentalist Sam Gleaves. The three met at the Common Ground On The Hill instructional camp, and quickly became friends over their shared interests in music. That

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  • Jeff Parker plots his course post Dailey & Vincent

    Jeff Parker has become a larger than life figure in bluegrass music. He's a big man, with a huge voice, a heart as wide as all outdoors, and a sense of humor sure to tickle the coldest soul. This past 12 years he's been a staple of the Dailey & Vincent

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  • Naomi Wise – video and single from NewTown

    Mountain Home Music has released a new single for NewTown, and a music video at the same time. NewTown is among the most consistently satisfying groups in our music, always finding strong material that suits their many talents. With two primary vocalists, they can cover a wide range of styles, and

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  • Still more Gettysburg photos

    Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen at the May 2018 Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival - photo by Frank Baker Yet another gallery of Frank Baker's images taken at last weekend's Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival. Look for one more tomorrow.

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  • Jon Sholle passes

    Noted New York guitarist, producer and multi-instrumentalist Jon Sholle has died after a brief battle with cancer. He was 70 years of age when he...

  • CMH drops a trio of bluegrass classics

    Since 1975, CMH Records has been releasing a string of strong bluegrass and roots music recordings. It's right there in their name: Country Music Heritage. In recent years...

  • Rick Fowler passes

    We heard this morning from Sam Passamano, President of Rural Rhythm Records in Nashville, with news of the passing of Rick Fowler, who had been...

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