Bluegrass Today

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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Bill Monroe Homeplace to stay put in Ohio County

For the past 15 years or thereabouts the subject of Bill Monroe’s first home, the Homeplace near Rosine, Kentucky, has been one of what has sometimes been a very bitter dispute.   In the early years of the millennium the Bill Monroe Foundation, later the Monroe Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that oversaw the $3 million…

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Gallery Of Iconic Guitars at Belmont

Belmont University in Nashville is the recipient of a large treasure trove of vintage instruments, bequeathed to them by the estate of the late Steven Kern Shaw. The collection includes close to 500 guitars and mandolins, among them specimens of the…

Trey Hensley endorses Thompson Guitars

Trey Hensley, one half of the power pickin' duo, Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley, has signed on as the latest endorser of Preston Thompson guitars. While the two were out in Oregon for the Sisters Folk Festival Winter Concert series, Trey swung by…

Three scholarships available for 2017 Banjo Camp North

Music Camps North in Charlton, MA has announced that they will offer three scholarships for this year's Banjo Camp North. The scholarship program is named for the late Mike Kropp, performer, advocate, and longtime friend to the northeastern banjo…

Free advice for songwriters, no registration required

Songwriting presents many challenges: how do you block out all of society’s noise to allow some musical inspiration to enter in? How do you get someone else interested in your songs once they’re written? Where can you get a good deal on yellow…

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