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Bluegrass Rambles

Everything you need to know about bluegrass, whatever that is

Ted is an IBMA-nominated music writer who travels to bluegrass festivals with his wife and picks guitar in as many jams as he can.

Bluegrass Rambles

Everything you need to know about bluegrass, whatever that is

Ted is an IBMA-nominated music writer who travels to bluegrass festivals with his wife and picks guitar in as many jams as he can.

BluegrassCountry.org Is a Symptom

 Good article Ted,

        I think that I would enjoy all or most bluegrass played at a bluegrass festival. Most of what I like is traditional or  close to traditional bluegrass. Alison krauss has a drummer, don't even notice.

Best,

   Jim

I thoroughly love 'first gen' Bluegrass, but it was newgrass and some neo traditional grassers who have spurred my interest in the entire genre. So many groups defy pigeonholing, I have come to think of the genre in terms of chronology more than stylistic terms. I'm so thankful for Monroe, the Stanleys, Flatt/Scruggs, Martin, etc., whether I'm listening to them or Tony Rice, Dale Ann Bradley, Balsam Range, or Chris Thile, etc.

Loved the article. Thanks.

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shame that just because of lack of funds fine projects are closed..remember my previous company got almost closed due to bankrupcy and all that was because of bad management..in the end essay.expert company bought it..anyways..hope right people will be found for the job and the show will go on!!