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This Week on Bluegrass Country

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Friday evening at 6 and Sunday at midnight eastern time on Bluegrass Signal,  Peter Thompson presents Big Mon … Live! – live recordings of Bill Monroe & the Blue Grass Boys, with an emphasis on those from 1963.  At 7 on Open Mic, listen to a rebroadcast of the 2021 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards Show.  Hear who took home the top honors this year as well as some great live performances by the Infamous Stringdusters, Sister Sadie, Darin and Brooke Aldridge, the Po’ Ramblin’ Boys, Balsam Range, the Stonemans, and the Del McCoury Band.  Then at 9, the Riders In the Sky welcome Trisha Walker and the Mudcats to Riders Radio Theater.

Celebrate Native American Heritage Day with the Craig Harris Show, Friday 10 pm to 1 am, playing music from indigenous artists – the original Americana!

Saturday morning at 10 on the Lee Michael Demsey Show, a listen to tracks from the five albums nominated for Grammy awards in the Bluegrass category this year. Due to the holiday weekend, the Bluegrass Unlimited countdown show will be moved to next Saturday.

Looking to replay an interview you’ve heard on the air, or missed when it was played?  Check the show pages for Brad Kolodner and Michelle Murray for links to their interview archives.

Bluegrass Country program director and daytime host Chris Teskey is interviewed in this month’s edition of the Bluegrass StandardHere’s the article.  Listen to the Chris Teskey Show weekday afternoons from 3 to 6 and Saturdays at 1 pm.


The Bluegrass Country Festival Roundup lists festivals around the world through the end of 2021, with links to every event so you can check out the lineup of bands, camping, etc.

Bluegrass Country is here for you 24/7, bringing you the music you love. See the whole schedule here.  If you miss a show or want to hear one again, check out our Archive Player.

Refresh this page to make sure you’re getting the latest news from Bluegrass Country.

Start your day with A Bluegrass Morning presented by Jonathan Fine, bringing you a fresh selection of traditional and contemporary bluegrass music weekdays from 7 to 10.  For the drive home, listen to the Chris Teskey Show every weekday afternoon from 3 to 6 pm, and the Michelle Murray Show Monday through Thursday from 6 to 7.

Friday evening at 6 and Sunday at midnight eastern time on Bluegrass Signal,  Peter Thompson presents Big Mon … Live! – live recordings of Bill Monroe & the Blue Grass Boys, with an emphasis on those from 1963.  At 7 on Open Mic, listen to a rebroadcast of the 2021 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards Show.  Hear who took home the top honors this year as well as some great live performances by the Infamous Stringdusters, Sister Sadie, Darin and Brooke Aldridge, the Po’ Ramblin’ Boys, Balsam Range, the Stonemans, and the Del McCoury Band.  Then at 9, the Riders In the Sky welcome Trisha Walker and the Mudcats to Riders Radio Theater.

Saturday morning at 10 on the Lee Michael Demsey Show, a listen to tracks from the five albums nominated for Grammy awards in the Bluegrass category this year. Due to the holiday weekend, the Bluegrass Unlimited countdown show will be moved to next Saturday.

Looking to replay an interview you’ve heard on the air, or missed when it was played?  Check the show pages for Brad Kolodner and Michelle Murray for links to their interview archives.

Bluegrass Country program director and daytime host Chris Teskey is interviewed in this month’s edition of the Bluegrass StandardHere’s the article.  Listen to the Chris Teskey Show weekday afternoons from 3 to 6 and Saturdays at 1 pm.


The Bluegrass Country Festival Roundup lists festivals around the world through the end of 2021, with links to every event so you can check out the lineup of bands, camping, etc.

Bluegrass Country is here for you 24/7, bringing you the music you love. See the whole schedule here.  If you miss a show or want to hear one again, check out our Archive Player.

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