• Saturday at Grey Fox ’16

    Saturday was full of options and activities for all ages. The family tent had music shows, puppet shows, face painting, and activities for kids. There were dance workshops, called dances (squares, contras, etc), and plenty of bands to dance in

  • Friday at Grey Fox 2016

    Friday of Grey Fox 2016 was jam packed full of a wide variety of traditional and progressive bluegrass and related musics, legends, and new faces and sounds. Whether one wanted to see names that they had known and followed for

  • Thursday at Grey Fox 2016

    Another great year at the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival just concluded this past weekend. It is definitely a family reunion for many people who come from all over the country to see old friends, make new ones, learn some new ideas

  • Weiser 2016 report

    Another great year has just concluded at the National Oldtime Fiddler's Contest and Festival in Weiser, Idaho. New this year, folks all over the world could tune in on their computers and watch the main stage as it happens since

  • Bright Star – Love, Loss, Laughs, and Bluegrass?

    One hot new Broadway musical, complete with banjos, mandolins, fiddles and the like, is called Bright Star. It incorporates old timey and bluegrassy music and instruments in a story that takes place in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Weaving between 1945 and 1923,

  • Joe Val Bluegrass 2016

    Once again the Boston Bluegrass Union has put on a great festival with top notch bands on stages, around 50 workshops offering folks chances to learn techniques, histories, and to interact in an intimate setting with great players. They also

  • Friday video at World of Bluegrass 2015

    Here's a group of videos captured at various venues here at Wide Open Bluegrass 2015 on Friday. Bud's Collective in the Marriott Hotel   In Jayme Stone's Lomax Project, he researched the tunes and songs from Alan Lomax's catalogs and brought them back

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