• Henry Family Christmas

    This contribution comes from Casey Henry, a banjo player and writer living in Nashville, TN. She grew up in a bluegrass family with her parents (Red and Murphy Henry) performing as a band and running a bluegrass business (The Murphy

  • A Wiseman for Christmas

    The following Christmas memory comes courtesy of Katy Daley, popular host on WAMU FM in Washington, DC for many years, and now a regular on BluegrassCountry.org. In 1990 I produced a radio documentary on Arlington National Cemetery and met several of

  • Curly Seckler’s Christmas

    Here is a charming look at Christmas from Curkly Seckler, tenor singer and manolinist with Flatt & Scruggs in their hey day. Curley also wrote several of their most memorable songs, like No Mother Or Dad and That Old Book

  • Bluegrass Christmas in the Villages

    This inspriring story was written by the Rev. Belle Mickelson. She is an Episcopal minister who runs Dancing with the Spirit, an organization which teaches bluegrass to youngsters in the native villages of Alaska and Canada - and which could

  • Oh, Christmas Candle

    This post comes as a contribution from Dixie Hall, one half of the songwriting powerhouse Tom T. and Dixie Hall, who manage both Good Homegrown Music and Blue Circle Records. Several years ago, we were enjoying a visit to Bluebird

  • Christmas in Cornwall

    Sim Daley, builder of the acclaimed Daley Mandolins, and banjo picker with Cages Bend, shares this lovely remembrance of the Christmas season where he grew up in the south of England. As some of you may know, in a former life

  • Rhonda’s Christmas memories

    This Christmas memory comes from Rhonda Vincent, who will be sharing some of her favorite Christmas music and memories on Sirius Bluegrass on Christmas Eve at noon and 9:00 p.m., and again on Christmas day at 3:00 p.m. (EST). Christmas is

  • Christmas with The King

    This Christmas memory comes from Paul Williams, one of bluegrass music's true legends - both as a songwriter and a tenor singer. The year was 1957, November... I had just gone to work for Jimmy Martin in Detroit, Michigan. I had

  • A Baucom family Christmas

    This Christmas post comes from Cindy and Terry Baucom, our favorite bluegrass power couple. Cindy is the host of Knee Deep In Bluegrass, syndicated to 70 radio stations in the US, and Terry is one of the most widely celebrated

  • Doyle says, don’t forget…

    This Christmas message comes from Doyle Lawson. As the song says, It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year. It truly is my favorite time of the year. However, with the hustle and bustle of shopping for just the right