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International Bluegrass Music Association recognizes Daley at 20th annual award show WASHINGTON, Oct.
The four children of Jimmy Martin are at odds over how the late U.S.
NAPA, Calif., Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Banjo Virtuoso Tony Trischka opened his powerful and unique online banjo school today: the Tony Trischka School of Banjo.
Comedian-turned-musician Steve Martin says his musical talent featured on his new U.S.
By Jade Wright MERSEYSIDE'S first bluegrass and roots music festival takes place next weekend at The Brindley, Runcorn, on Friday and Saturday. Featured artists include Tony and Bill Ellis (USA). There will also be workshops, so feel free to take your instruments. For tickets call 0151 907 8360.
By Journal Staff Report New Mexico performer and Western Music Association Youth Chapter president Jim Jones and the acclaimed young music group JUBALation will perform Saturday, Oct. 4, at a fundraising concert to benefit the Youth Chapter.
By Martin Snapp WHEN THE Freight & Salvage Coffee House, Berkeley's home for traditional folk music, moves to the city's downtown arts district next year, no one will be smiling more broadly than the co-chairman of the capital campaign, Dr.
Here are a few more area festivals to add to last weeks round-up of fall fests across the region. You can still find the full list online at thegazz.com. n COUNTRY ROADS FEST: Sponsored by the Ansted Lions Club, this free festival takes place at Hawks Nest State Park in Ansted this weekend.
By David Steinberg Journal Staff Writer Classical music, bluegrass and roots music are the triple offerings of the fourth annual Shortgrass Music Festival in Cimarron this week. Pianist Lise de la Salle opens the festival with a concert Thursday at the United Methodist Church.
By Dan Craft Andy Hall, a key player on the International Bluegrass Music Association's 2007 Album of the Year, will be heading back to the 2008 awards ceremony Sept. 30, along with his five band mates.
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