• American Banjo Museum going Virtual at Noon

    With most public accommodations closed to further the social distancing mandates, the American Banjo Museum in Oklahoma City has devised a clever way to continue sharing its many troves of instruments and memorabilia with banjo lovers worldwide. They have launched a new

  • BanjoFest 2019 – Hall of Fame presentations

    Annually, the American Banjo Museum in Oklahoma City holds a 3 day extravaganza of talent, recognition, and pure love for America’s instrument, the banjo.   Banjo Fest 2019 kicked off with its traditional BBQ, including the grand-opening of the new exhibit, Reflections of

  • BanjoFest 2019 at the American Banjo Museum

    Every September brings cooler temperatures, the state fair with mouth-watering food, and the giant ferris wheel to Oklahoma City. Bricktown is the epicenter of talent the first weekend of the month, September 6-9, at the American Banjo Museum where BanjoFest

  • A magical weekend at Banjo Fest 2018

    Tim Allan, Béla Fleck, Tony Trischka, and John McEuen at the 2018 American Banjo Museum Hall of Fame induction - photo by Pamm Tucker In 1998, The National Four-String Banjo Hall of Fame was established to honor jazz age tenor banjo pioneers,

  • Tony Trischka’s Bucket List

    Tony Trischka performs at the American Banjo Museum (9/8/17) - photo by Americana Media Group Syracuse, NY native, Tony Trischka, was recently inducted into the American Banjo Museum Hall of Fame, and told us that there is nothing bigger and better

  • Lucas Ross talks Son Of A Beekeeper

    This interview with banjo playing comedian Lucas Ross is a contribution from Pamm Tucker with Walker's Folk Mania Media. She met with him at the American Banjo Museum a few weeks ago in Oklahoma City. Lucas Ross discussed The American Banjo