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Jerry Douglas - The world's best Dobro player is also a popular producer.
This Month in iBluegrass:
Ricky Skaggs Snags Three Grammy Nominations - Ricky gets nominated in two genres
Grammy Award Nominations - Many Bluegrass notables nominated
Merlefest 2001 Schedules Available - View the newly published stage schedules
Bluegrass Wars? - Enough is enough!
Websites Announced - New bluegrass related websites.
Not So Blue
Roger McGuinn - Many bluegrass lovers discovered the music not in the hills of Kentucky, but in coffeehouses and on college campuses.
From the Archives:
Ricky Skaggs talks about Bluegrass Music. (9/99)
Improving Your Guitars Playability (2/98)
O Brother, Where Art Thou - Bluegrass Goes Hollywood
Tone Poems III - Mike Auldridge, Bob Brozman & David Grisman
Man of Constant Sorrow - Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys
Special Delivery - Larry Sparks
Tom Ewing - The Bill Monroe Reader
Pete Wernick - The Continuing Education of Dr. Banjo
From the Editor: From the Editor - Happy New Year
Sound - The Soundman Answers Your Sound Questions
Bizargrass - Slightly Twisted Bluegrass Humor
Inside the Industry: The Song - Part VII - Songwriter Publishing Agreements
Resonator Roundup - Meet Howard Parker
iBanjo News - The Wittman Mini Tuner
Vocal Point - Dealing with Register Breaks: Part II
The Low End - Art of Slapping
Mando Madness - Meet Danny Roberts of Gibson
Building Your Own Website - Images and Graphics: A Primer
Obituaries - Bluegrass Says Goodbye to Some Of Its Own
Odds and Ends:
The staff at iBluegrass.com bids Matt Nozzolio a fond farewell and wishes him well as he pursues new endeavors. Matt's 'Resonator Roundup' Column will be missed. Thanks, Matt!
Alison Brown takes bluegrass music out of this world! Alison Brown's 'Girl's Breakdown' will be the wake-up music for the crew of the Space Shuttle Destiny during their January mission to deliver the U.S. laboratory to the International Space Station. 'Girl's Breakdown,' a tune Alison wrote for her friend and astronaut Marsha Ivins and is the second single from 'Fair Weather'.
Congratulations to Mark and Lisa Poe of Richmond, Indiana on the birth of their new baby, Madison Leeana Poe. Mark formerly played bass fiddle for Larry Sparks & the Lonesome Ramblers and with Dave Evans and River Bend. He now hosts a bluegrass radio show on WECI-FM in Richmond.
Happy Birthday wishes to the following bluegrassers; Del McCoury, Jason Carter, Tom Gray, Kerry Hay, Dudley Connell, Dan Hays, Mark Newton, Chris Thile, Ralph Stanley, and Pete Wernick.
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