When the New York Times compiled their Valentine’s Day playlist, attempting to avoid “love’s dark side” proved almost impossible, until they included a track from the new Statler Brothers cover album by “the frisky bluegrass duo Dailey & Vincent.” This may be the first time the word “frisky” has been used of a bluegrass band in major media, and I think it was a compliment!
Speaking of love, if you ever wondered how you should dance at a wedding when the band is playing bluegrass, then this blog post at WeddingDanceCrazy.com is for you. They offer several suggestions for fast, moderate, and slow dance type songs.
The winter weather may have some people experiencing cabin fever, but others are taking advantage and organizing ski retreats. This one is the 10th annual Wooden Ski Rendezvous and includes a retro ski outfit contest, and a “Groovin’ Good Time” provided by the bluegrass band, Ragweed.
I originally thought this was a discussion of guarding of the backstage buffet at bluegrass festivals, then I clicked over and found out it was a meet up to discuss Kentucky agriculture. I still thought the headline was funny enough to include.