Tell us your favorite bluegrass story

Bluegrass TodayWhile we’re all at World of Bluegrass next week in Raleigh, Bluegrass Today is planning to shoot a batch of brief videos for what we hope can be a semi-regular feature. We don’t yet have a name picked out, but we know it’s something everyone will love.

If you’re involved in the bluegrass world – as an artist, promoter, publicist, songwriter, or in radio, with a record company, or in any other way – we know you have some great bluegrass stories. And we want you to come tell ’em to us!

Our plan is to record a bunch of bluegrass stories on video through next week. John Goad, our Very Special Correspondent, will be heading this up, and believe me, he likes to hear a good one as much as the next guy.

These can be funny, tragic, heartwarming, scary, feel good, or tearjerkers. They just need to be good stories that other folks will like to hear. It could be one about a bluegrass icon you interacted with, or something that happened at a festival, this month, or long ago.

Of course they need to be suitable for a general audience – one you could tell your granny – so we’ll have to skip the ones that go blue. But we surely want to hear the rest.

Anyone who would like to tell us a story is invited to contact John Goad by email, or fill in this form online. He’ll get back with you to find a suitable time to stop by our media room.

Come tell us your bluegrass sto-reeee!

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John Lawless

John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.