Thousands of fans turn up for concerts by the likes of the Trampled by Turtles or the Avett Brothers, both the fans and the artists just enjoy the show and couldn’t care less if it was called bluegrass or purple clover. This is the whole point; does it really matter what this form of music is called?
The second part of our blog looking at the best female bluegrass artists that are on today’s bluegrass scene highlights […]
Bluegrass music has been described as many things: country music, white music, hillbilly music or even immigrant music, and it […]
The concluding part of our discovery in the history of bluegrass music carries on with the importance of Earl Scruggs […]
The very formative roots of bluegrass music grew from the immigrants that came over to America in the 1600s and […]
In part one of our blog in our investigation what actually was bluegrass music, we unearthed three factions that comprised […]
Trying to define bluegrass music is a bit like saying what color yellow is; it is very much a subjective […]