• Bluegrass Pride float in San Francisco

    At last year’s World of Bluegrass, the unofficial theme of inclusion and diversity, which provided performance and presentation opportunities for a number of women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQ community, among other minorities in the traditional and

  • Give to the bluegrass kids in California?

    As we head in to the annual season of giving, the good folks at the California Bluegrass Association are asking you to consider a donation to their Kids Instrument Lending Library. The library makes student quality bluegrass instruments available to young folks

  • Regina Bartlett passes 

    Regina Ann Bartlett passed away suddenly on October 1, 2014, while attending the IBMA’s World of Bluegrass event in Raleigh, North Carolina. She had been enjoying herself jamming into the early hours, but passed away in her sleep later that

  • J.D.’s Bluegrass Kitchen from CBA

    Bluegrass festivals and fiddler's conventions are a feast for all the senses. The sights and sounds are obvious wherever live music is performed, as is the touch for anyone joining in the picking. But for real die-hard festival lovers, the

  • CBA Bluegrass Camp for Kids

    The California Bluegrass Association will add a new feature this year during their 38th Annual Father's Day Festival in Grass Valley, CA. It's a formal, four-day workshop for young grassers, ages 8-16. This is in addition to their Kids on Bluegrass program, which

  • Jake Quesenberry on RBI

    This Saturday (9/15), Radio Bluegrass International (RBI), an online radio service of the International Bluegrass Music Museum, will feature portions of their interviews with Jake Quesenberry, an important figure in west coast bluegrass, and a co-founder of the California Bluegrass

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