Tuesday, July 27, 2010
FORMAT : Bluegrass, Old-Tyme, Traditional and Acoustic country
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Reeltime Travelers / Ain't Wine Drinkin A No More / Livin Reeltime, Thinkin Old-Time / Yodel-Ay-Hee
Wildfire / Ballad of the 40$ / Rattle of the Chains / Pinecastle
Dan Tyminski / Who Told Who / Wheels / Rounder
The Wilders / Hey Little Darlin / Someone's Got To Pay / Freedirt
The Foggy Hogtown Boys / The Divil's Train / Scotch and Sofa / Foghog - CAN
Sam Bush and Friends / Molly and Tenbrooks / Telluride Bluegrass Festival / Rounder
Ray Legere / Footprints in the Snow / Bluegrass in the Backwoods / AHM
Tim O'Brien / How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live / Tribute to Blind Alfred Reed / Proper
Abigail Washburn / Coffees Cold / Song of the Traveling Daughter / Ind.
Whitehouse / Blue-Eyed Darlin / Whitehouse / Pinecastle
Hank Snow / Lonesome Blue Yodel / The Young Hank Snow / Radiex - CAN
The Skillet Lickers / Dixie / Old Time Fiddle Tunes and Songs From North Georgia / County
Ramblin Red Lowrey / Ramblin Red's Memphis Yodel#1/ White Country Blues / Columbia
Doc Watson and Chris Thile / Down in the Willow Garden / Merlefest Live / Ind.
Northern Ramblers / Highway of Heros / North To Ontario 2010 / Coot - CAN
Jimmy Martin / Sunny Side of the Mountain / Greatest Bluegrass Hits / Hollywood
Clarence White / Clinch Mountain Backstep / 33 Acoustic Guitar Instumentals / Sierra
Laurie Lewis / Still A Fool / True Stories / Rounder
Ricky Wasson / Shoe Goes On The Other Foot Tonight / From the Heart and Soul / Rural Rhythm
Big Country Bluegrass / I'll Go Steppin Too / The Real Deal / Hay Holler
Patuxent Partners / I Don't Know Why / Seven or Eleven / Patuxent
Wilma Lee Cooper / You Tried to Ruin My Name / O Sister / Rounder
Robin and Lynda Williams / Rolling and Rambling / Devil of a Dream / Sugar Hill
Hank Williams / Honky Tonk Blues / First to Last / CMF
Buddy Marion / Spirit of Rosin / Back Roads Mandolin / Lily Pad
Alison Krauss / Down to the River To Pray / O'Brother / Rounder
The Whites / Keep on the Sunny Side / O'Brother / Rounder
Doyle Lawson / We Should Walk Together / Gospel Radio Gems / Sugar Hill
Old Crow Medicine Show / My Bones Gonna Rise Again / Live / Ind.
Gadelle / Princess Reel / Gadelle / Ind. - CAN
Tommy Wade / Rose of Old Kentucky / It's Only The Wind / Condor - CAN
Ragged But Right / Blue Railroad Train / Down Harmony Road / Merriweather - CAN
Michael Jerome Brown / Reubens Train / Double / Borealis - CAN
Birchmountain Bluegrass Band / Rawhide / Pickin For Tradition / Ind. - CAN
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Thursday, July 1, 2010
Voice Your Support for a Bill Monroe Commemorative Stamp!
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Would you like to see Bill Monroe, the Father of Bluegrass Music, honored by a commemorative United States Postage Stamp? If you would, the time to act is NOW, and all you have to do is to write and mail a letter.
Each year, the United States Postal Service considers the issuance of approximately 25 commemorative postage stamps. Under its guidelines, the honoree must have been deceased for at least 10 years. The 10th anniversary of Bill Monroe's death occurred on September 9, 2006, meaning he is now eligible.
The first two opportunities to honor Bill Monroe with a postage stamp, in 2006 and 2007, have now passed. The centennial of his birth, on September 13, 2011, would be the perfect occasion to celebrate his musical legacy. Since the selection committee considers subjects three years in advance of the issuance date, that means this year and next year are our opportunity to influence their choice for 2011.
The first step is for a citizens' committee to select, and narrow down to approximately 25, the worthy nominees for each year. This they do by considering letters, cards, petitions, etc., sent to them by the public at large. After that, the committee considers art work and other details for the stamp. Because Bill Monroe's music is appreciated worldwide, nominations from outside the USA would be very appropriate. If you would like to participate in this effort on behalf of a great American musical genius, write your letter to:
Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee
US Postal Service
1735 North Lynn St. Rm 5013
Arlington VA 22209-6432
Don't delay -- if we all pitch in and do our part by writing a letter, and telling our friends, Bill Monroe can receive this well-deserved recognition from the country that he loved.
For further info check out; www.billmonroestamp.org