Monthly Archives: May 2011

Gearing Up For Delfest

Delfest is our first camping festival this year and this is also our first time camping with a baby, so I have a lot of de-wintering and packing still to do. However if all goes well, my next post will … Continue reading

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CD Review: The Woodshedders “O Dig”

The Woodshedders latest release and second studio album “O Dig” presents a carousel of songs, moving from Americana to gypsy jazz, through island breezes and acoustic funk. Dwayne Brooke has written a bevy of fine songs for this album, and … Continue reading

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Frederick Brews A Festival Of Collaboration

When I took my family to the first annual Frederick Beer Week Brew Fest on Saturday, May 14th, I found the delicious ales and festival atmosphere I expected,  but also found an unexpected story of social media success, where tweets … Continue reading

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Little Birdie: Twitter 101 For Bluegrass Bands

Why might Twitter matter to bluegrass bands, musicians, festivals, labels and promoters? At its core, Twitter is a communication platform that is both intimate and public at the same time – not unlike a live music performance, except that it … Continue reading

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Bluegrass Traditions Share The Stage in Lucketts, VA

Bluegrass music fans in the northern tip of Virginia were treated to a double bill of the high, lonesome sound on Saturday, April 23 when the long running Lucketts Bluegrass series presented Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers and the … Continue reading

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