Here is a set of photos taken at the IBMA Awards Show on October 4. They were taken by Tami Roth. We'll post some more photos in the morning. Zzzzzz....
IBMA 2007 Awards
The awards show is over, but IBMA continues. In an effort to contain the awards show live blog, so that it doesn't overwhelm the main page, I've moved all those posts to their own special page. You can now read the
Bluegrass Blog Award Poll – Closed
I've closed the voting in our Bluegrass Blog Reader Awards Poll. John and I will be blogging the award show live from the Grand Ole Opry this evening and tomorrow we'll compare the actual awards to your choices in the poll.
Special Awards Luncheon
Thursday morning at IBMA and it's time for the Special Awards luncheon. This the event where IBMA awards a number of special awards that are not included during the evening's award show due to time constraints. Greg Cahill, IBMA president, started
Live blog tonight from the Awards Show
Be sure to visit Bluegrass Today tonight for our live blog coverage of the International Bluegrass Music Awards from the Grand Ole Opry. Brance and I will be backstage, posting each new award recipient as they are announced. The show begins
IBMA: Wednesday Night Photos
Last night as John and I wondered the halls listening to jams and showcases, shaking hands, and visiting with old friends, I had the camera out and snapped a lot of photos. Here's a few photos for your viewing pleasure.
In the IBMA exhibit hall
Here are some random photos taken in the IBMA Exhibit Hall yesterday afternoon. See anyone you know?
Four Days Of Infamy – Redux
Earlier this evening John and I had the opportunity to attend the official screening of the 30 minute video Four Days Of Infamy. The video was produced by Craig Havighurst of String Theory Media and takes the viewer on the
Tuesday evening showcases
We got to see a great deal of good music last night. The official IBMA showcase presentation in the main ballroom featured one strong act after another, and we managed to catch one after hours show before the travails of
Hello out there in cyber radio land…
Good morning from Nashville. Brance and I just had a chance to be a part of radio history. Katy Daley, whose morning bluegrass show is broadcast each morning on both BluegrassCountry.org and WAMU HD-2, is here at IBMA doing the show