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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.
From old to new and back again: Listen 10 to noon Wednesday for old time and country classics on Ivy Sheppard’s Born in the Mountain, followed at noon by The Brad Kolodner Show featuring contemporary and progressive bluegrass and old-time releases.
At 7 pm, hear three hours of gospel on Stained Glass Bluegrass. And from 10 to 1, dig into bluegrass history with Banks of the Ohio, a series produced in cooperation with the International Bluegrass Music Museum.
Ray Davis, the influential bluegrass broadcaster and record producer, was a mainstay at WAMU and Bluegrass Country. Just days after Ray’s passing in 2014, Peter Thompson presented “Turn up your radio; your neighbors might enjoy it too!” A Memorial Celebration of Ray Davis on Bluegrass Signal from California. Listen to the rebroadcast on Monday at 11 pm, Tuesday at midnight and Friday at 6 pm eastern time.
The Bluegrass Country Festival Roundupis the most complete and up-to-date festival calendar on the web, now listing festivals through the end of 2021. We list festivals around the world, 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.
Share the experience of live music. Bluegrass Country's Festival Roundup lists bluegrass, old-time, folk and roots music festivals in the US and around the world, with links to their websites so you can find all the details you need to know.