This article is contribution from Theresa Seiders in celebration of International Women's Day on Match 8. It is part of the Monroe Mandolin Camp's commitment to the preservation and promotion of traditional bluegrass music, through building connection, understanding, and community among
Women In Bluegrass
A Place In The Band – free virtual conference on Women in Bluegrass
The Blue Ridge Music Center in Galax, VA is offering a free virtual business conference on Friday, February 26, entitled A Place in the Band: Women in Bluegrass and American Roots Music. This live event is part of a series
Women in Bluegrass – the In Thing?
The November/December 2008 edition of Bluegrass Music Profiles (BMP) is now available according to a note that I received this morning from the publishers, Bluegrass Publications, LLC. This new edition carries the legend "3rd Annual Women In Bluegrass Issue," and it
Pick it Girl!
This post is a contribution from Casey Henry. Casey is the daughter of banjo player and bluegrass entrepreneur, Murphy Henry, and an accomplished banjo player in her own right, as well as an experienced instructor. Currently Casey and her brother