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Synonyms for bluegrass

an area in central Kentucky noted for it bluegrass and thoroughbred horses

a type of country music played at a rapid tempo on banjos and guitars

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Run by Mick Daly, the Guinness-sponsored event features musicians from the US and the Czech Republic, including the Demolition String Band, Whiskey Deaf, Vanunit, Down And Out Bluegrass Band, Mons Wheeler Band, Jig Jam, Cup O'Joe and Barefoot Jenny, with more acts to be announced.
And for the event she is featuring three musicians - two from America - who are virtuoso players of traditional bluegrass and modern jazz.
Produced by Rench, the album features 14 tracks performed by rappers and real bluegrass instrumentalists.
They may not have realised it when they played their first gig at Ken's Swanswell Tavern Country Music Club in the centre of Coventry, but they were the movers and shakers that would establish bluegrass as a unique musical genre in this country.
With Dave Dick on banjo, his brother Bob Dick on guitar, Dan Nowlan on mandolin and Ken Taylor on upright bass, this original lineup has been together for 15 years -- rare for bluegrass bands these days.
Just under thirty years later, and with 150 intervening volumes in the Music in American Life series (a dozen of them about bluegrass), the University of Illinois Press has published Murphy Hicks Henry's Pretty Good for a Girl: Women in Bluegrass, a study that seeks to act as a significant corrective to what its author sees as the widespread view that bluegrass is a genre dominated by men: "Pretty Good for a Girl sets out to add some balance to the bluegrass texts by presenting the histories of musical women" (p.
For more than three decades, Beaugard has worked in commercial radio at various stations and formats in addition to hosting her bluegrass program.
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I hadn't de lved too much into the world of bluegrass, but I grew up singing harmonies with my family, so it was really easy to jump on board.
The NYCity Slickers is an eight-piece, high-energy, progressive bluegrass band that combines the wailing tight harmonies and talents of three gorgeous gal singers with the hard-driving sound of five musically gifted guys on banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, bass, and accordion," says Chadwick.
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SONS Of Navarone headline this year's Coastline Bluegrass festival at Llanddulas.
Bluegrass Jamming on Fiddle, Tips, Tunes & Techniques
The author deftly uses the photo-centric format of Arcadia's "Images of America" series to tell the history of bluegrass music from its beginnings with Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt, and Earl Scruggs in the late 1930s and early 1940s to the artists of the "progressive" and "traditional" wings of bluegrass in more recent decades.
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