• Peter Rowan in Europe with Red Wine

    Legendary singer/songwriter Peter Rowan and Italian bluegrass band Red Wine have linked up to play some prestigious dates in Europe this month. This working relationship goes back about 20 years as Red Wine’s banjo player Silvio Ferretti recollects …… "First time we

  • East Of Monroe back on native sod

    East Of Monroe, a bluegrass band based in Maryland and northern Virginia, has been on tour in Ireland. They have promised to send along something of a travelogue of their experiences, and here is the final installment. Hello from back in

  • East Of Monroe does Dublin

    East Of Monroe, a bluegrass band based in Maryland and northern Virginia, is currently on tour in Ireland. They have promised to send along something of a travelogue of their experiences, and here is the second installment. Hello from beautiful Dublin,

  • East of Monroe lands in Dublin

    East Of Monroe, a bluegrass band based in Maryland and northern Virginia, is currently on tour in Ireland. They have promised to send along something of a travelogue of their experiences, and here is the first installment. We arrived in Dublin

  • East Of Monroe heading for Ireland

    Virginia grassers East Of Monroe are packing that grip for a week-long tour of Ireland in April. The six-piece group specializes in original bluegrass, and they are all looking forward to their first band visit to the Emerald Isle next

  • Greg Blake to spin through Ireland

    Greg Blake, guitarist and lead vocalist for Jeff Scroggins & Colorado, is using his time off while the band is idle this month to tour in Ireland. He is taking many of the pickers who helped him record his 2015 album,

  • Bluegrass Jamboree! 2017 tour stops

    Attention German bluegrass and old time music lovers! The 2017 edition of the Bluegrass Jamboree! package tour starts next week with 24 dates in Germany, Netherlands, and Austria leading up to Christmas week. Each year since 2009 Rainer Zellner has brought

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