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This Week on Bluegrass Country

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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.

Listen to three great new songs about loneliness and loss, the 2021 winners of the DCBU Hazel Dickens Songwriting Contest.

Are you a picker looking for a place to jam?  A fan looking for concerts and shows?  Or maybe you just want to get to know some others who share your love of music.  There are bluegrass and old time music associations, clubs and societies all across the US and around the world.  Bluegrass Country has a list with links to more than 130 of these organizations.  Find one in your area, and sign up!

The Bluegrass Country festival roundup is the most complete and up-to-date festival calendar on the web, and now lists festivals around the world through September 2021.

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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