Rx Bluegrass goes nationwide

Prescription Bluegrass, a weekly, one-hour radio show from northern Arizona, has been added to the lineup at Radio Bluegrass International. RBI is a free online radio service hosted by the International Bluegrass Music Museum, and Prescription Bluegrass will be heard there on Wednesday’s at noon (CST).

As might be expected, host Brian McNeal is not shy about employing all the obvious wordplay at his disposal.

“Folks who suffer from bluegrass fever need a regular dose of Prescription Bluegrass and now the entire world can get this special treatment.

This special one-hour treatment session (Radio Program) is for anyone afflicted with Bluegrass Fever. Those afflicted who don’t get enough bluegrass in their regular musical diet are encouraged to attend our weekly therapy sessions. Treatment sessions from Prescription Bluegrass are delivered Free-of-Charge via Frequency or Amplitude Modulation; or now via streaming on the world-wide web every week.

Treatment sessions are jam-packed with practicing specialists in all the various strains of Bluegrass Fever, including the traditional, old-fashioned, down-from-the-mountain strains, new-grass, border-grass, west-grass, home-grown and even the newer European strains.  Individual treatment sessions, family plans and group therapy are all available weekly.”

The show also airs each Saturday at 10:00 p.m. on four Arizona affiliates. Other interested stations can request a demo online.

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