This Week on Bluegrass Country

Program changes are coming to Bluegrass Country on Saturday, August 1.   Americana Breakdown is now 3 hours, moving to Saturday at 7 pm.  Born in the Mountain will return to its former time slot, Wednesday from 10 am to noon.  On Sunday from 1 to 3 pm, The Eddie Stubbs Show replaces Live from Here, which has ceased production.  Monday afternoon from noon to 3, we’re bringing back a classic from the Bluegrass Country archives:  The Gary Henderson Show.

Download a printable copy of the new schedule here.

Season 6 of the Bluegrass Stories podcast began August 4 with Howard Parker’s interview of Grand Old Opry archivist Jen Larson.

There’s not much live in-person music this summer.   There will be a few festivals, with social distancing and standard precautions.  It’s all on our festival calendar, which lists events through October and is updated constantly.  And there’s lots of live music online.   Check festival and artist websites and social media for videos and live music feeds.

Bluegrass Country is here for you 24/7, bringing you the music you love.  See the whole schedule here.  As always, if you miss any show, you can find it on the Archive Player, which stores recent programs that you can access any time.

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