Comments from some of our readers

We received a number of comments from site visitors this past few weeks, especially during and just after our coverage of the IBMA convention in Nashville. From time to time, we will publish them for everyone to read. You are always welcome to pass along comments via our Contact Form.

Here is a comment that came in from Larry Gorley:

I just want to thank you for the service that you are providing. In the last few weeks since John told me about this site. I have found myself visiting it on average about three times a day. As someone involved in the music both as a bluegrass radio programmer and promoter. I need to stay in the know as to what is going on in the music scene.

I feel that the site helps me to do this. I do not hesitate in recommending it to others. So please keep on with what you are doing and I’ll keep on telling folks about you. As I told someone the other day this was the first time that I didn’t have to rely on the Associated Press to tell me the next day who the winners were at the bluegrass awards.

Here’s another, from Steve Breen:

John and Brance: As a consumer (and an Acutab customer to boot) I really enjoyed the blog this week. Keep up the good work.

Regina Bartlett wrote:

I love BluegrassBlog. Thank you for the IBMA coverage, and the pictures by the lady (I can’t remember her name now) are so fantastic! [Ed Note: Tami Roth is the photographer]

Thanks for keeping the bluegrass connection for me when most of my CBA folks were off to Nashville. You were there for me!

And finally, this, from Richard F. Thompson who writes from England:

I have been monitoring the websites these past few days to get information about events in Nashville during the IBMA WOB activities. I can’t praise Bluegrass Today highly enough for its excellent service in helping me feel in touch with my friends and acquaintances within the bluegrass world. The reports and photographs are great and hope you will pass on my appreciation of the efforts your correspondents have made in keeping us posted.

Thank you very much.

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John Lawless

John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.