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Gibson Brothers Take Bluegrass Awards’ Top Prize
Last night (Sept. 27) was a memorable evening for the Gibson Brothers, who walked away with the coveted Entertainer of the Year trophy at the 23rd annual International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Awards, held at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium The group, comprised of brothers Eric and Leigh Gibson, and band members Mike Barber, Clayton Campbell and Joe Walsh, also took home the Gospel Recorded
Emmylou Harris Hosts Woofstock Music Festival
Emmylou Harris Hosts Woofstock Music Festival
Emmylou Harris loves animals as much as she does music, so it was a natural move for her to create Woofstock, a music festival that welcomes dogs. The event, to be held Aug. 18 at the Fontanel mansion just outside Nashville, will help raise money for Bonaparte's Retreat, the facility Emmylou founded to help rescue dogs from certain death and place them in homes with loving, responsible owners... R
Steve Martin & Steep Canyon Rangers Win Top IBMA Honors
Steve Martin & Steep Canyon Rangers Win Top IBMA Honors
During an evening filled with numerous references to Bill Monroe, who would have celebrated his 100th birthday on September 13 this year, the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) handed out more than a dozen awards and inducted two veteran performers into its Hall of Fame at the 22nd annual IBMA Awards at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville Thursday night (Sept...
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ Follow-Up Disc Is on Hold
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ Follow-Up Disc Is on Hold
Alison Krauss and Robert Plant will likely record a follow-up to their five-time Grammy Award winning 2007 album 'Raising Sand,' but don't expect that to happen right away. Although fans have clamored for a second album from the duo, Robert says that a 2009 session with Alison didn't produce the music they hope to release, according to an article in the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine... Re
Dierks Bentley Takes Americana Fans ‘Up on the Ridge’
Dierks Bentley Takes Americana Fans ‘Up on the Ridge’
Dierks Bentley gave attendees of the Americana Music Festival in Nashville a treat last week, performing a surprise show at the Cannery Ballroom with some of the lauded musicians who appear on his new album, 'Up On The Ridge.' With producer Jon Randall Stewart and Sam Bush on hand to help recreate the magic, Dierks rolled effortlessly through many of the tunes from his new CD, including the rollic

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