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Bright Star Depending on your appetite for bluegrass music and a broad-brush melodramatic storyline, the Steven Martin-Edie Brickell touring Broadway musical can light up your night.
This should warm the heart of every fan of fiddling, whether bluegrass, Celtic or Bachian.
An effervescent performer, Bush has the ability to seamlessly wander through bluegrass, country and blues territory, his catalog teeming with clues as to where the Yonder Mountains, Avetts, Mumfords and Greenskys of the world took a cue or two.
Two sons of the South bond over a love of Southern rock, outlaw country, bluegrass, R&B and … fishing.
The museum tracks the evolution of the electric guitar and honors the instrument's contribution to such musical genres as bluegrass, surf and the British invasion.
Many new bluegrass artists came to the music through this film.
In all, 74 alterations were made on 15 of the 18 holes; the severe, sloping greens were rebuilt or smoothed out; the thick bluegrass rough was thinned and shortened; some trees removed and the landing areas and tee boxes expanded.
The country-bluegrass singer and fiddler who has won more Grammys that any other woman in history — 27, five more than Beyoncé — released Windy City, her first solo album in 18 years, earlier this year.
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