This Week on Bluegrass Country
Monday at midnight and Friday at 9 pm eastern time on Riders Radio Theater, the Riders in the Sky welcome singing group Jamie O’Hara and Kieran Kane, The O’Kanes, in a show from 1988. Treat yourself to an hour of cowboy comedy and songs of the old west
The Blue Sky Boys are back on the radio. Every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 5:45 on the Chris Teskey Show, hear a 15-minute show recorded by the brothers in the 1940s, with commentary by Dick Spottswood. Read more about it.
It’s a vanishing season for bluegrass festivals. But there’s live music out there, if you have an internet connection. Check the websites and social media of bands and festivals and you’ll find lots of videos and streaming live music performances. Our bluegrass festival roundup is the most complete and up-to-date festival calendar anywhere, listing events in the US and around the world.
Nice feature from Bluegrass Today about the Early Days of Bluegrass book and CD set, now available for purchase from Bluegrass Country. Note: Our supply of books was caught in the COVID-19 lockdown, but we have more on the way and will be able to ship them to purchasers soon. We apologize for the delay.
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.
TO OUR HD RADIO LISTENERS:
Some Bluegrass Country listeners who reside in the outlying areas of the Washington, DC region are reporting that they cannot currently receive 88.5-HD2 broadcasts. This is a temporary condition. Because of the priority of dealing with COVID-19 issues, WAMU-FM has not completed final tuning of the new broadcast antenna. In the meantime, we suggest you listen to our web stream or download one of our smartphone apps.