Flashpoint Bluegrass Radio Show celebrates five years

The Flashpoint Bluegrass Radio Show, hosted each week for three hours by Jeff Miller, has just completed five years broadcasting online, with hopes of many more to come.

Miller aired his initial program on October 6, 2016 on WorldWideBluegrass.com, and remained a regular part of their stable until the station shut down in 2020. Jeff then shifted Flashpoint to The Bluegrass Jamboree, where it appears on Wednesday evenings from 8:00-11:00 p.m. (ET). You can also hear the program Thursday nights on Bluegrass Planet Radio from 8:00-11:00 p.m., and again on Friday afternoons on Bell Buckle Radio from 1:00-4:00 p.m. That same show is found Friday evenings from 8:00-11:00 on Southern Branch Bluegras Radio.

Then on weekends, Flashpoint Bluegrass can be heard as rebroadcasts on Bell Buckle Radio and The Bluegrass Jamboree. All of these are internet radio stations that can be accessed by any online device, including smart phones, tablets, computers, or smartphone TVs.

Jeff plays a mix of old and new bluegrass with some classic country mixed in, and generally includes a long form interview each week with a noted bluegrass artist or personality. Recent interviews have been with Daryl Mosley, Frank Solivan, Chris Jones, Buddy Melton, Blake Williams, Starlett & Big John, Blake Williams, and country star, Connie Smith.

Miller invites everyone to join him each week on one of the online stations that carry The Flashpoint Bluegrass Radio Show.

Congratulations on five years!

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