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America Under Attack - We at iBluegrass Magazine ask that our readers bear with us this month as we deviate from our regular format and share our thoughts on the tragic events that occurred on September 11. And we would like to take this opportunity to show the nation what the Bluegrass Community is willing to do to help.
This Month in iBluegrass:
Band and Artist News New Material Awais You
Dan Tyminski A Dozen Award Nominations ios Making 2001 Dan's Year
Band & Label Update Recent News from the Labels
Not So Blue
History of the Banjo By George R Gibson. The diversity of America is reflected in the origin of musical instruments played by bluegrass musicians. European immigrants brought the guitar, mandolin and fiddle to America. The banjo came from Africa, while the unusual the style of playing resonator guitar originated in Hawaii. The most uniquely American of these instruments, however, is the banjo.
From the Archives:
Seldom Scene Scene it All (5/5/2000)
Fred Travers interview Behind the Scene with Fred Travers - Part 1 (8/5/98)
Fred Travers interview Behind the Scene with Fred Travers - Part 2 (8/5/98)
Dudley Connell Interview Part 1 (6/24/98)
Dudley Connell Interview Part 2 (6/24/98)
Longview CD (2/4/98)
Something Old...Something New Classic Bluegrass Finally Meets the Digital Age
Dudley Connell and Don Rigsby Another Saturday Night
Jeremy Stephens Scarlet Banjo
Dudley Connell Interview With a Bluegrass Icon
The Soundman: by Ray Graeff
The Soundman: by Ray Graeff
Now Wait a Minute...
Inside the Industry: by Gregory E. Seneff, Sr., Esq.
Greg has been dealing with a back injury but will return soon.
Vocal Point:by Dede Wyland
Impressions of a Very Special Bluegrass Camp
The Low End: by Kip Martin
Audible Mutterings: by Doc Roberts
Building Your Own Website: by Skip Ogden
Hosting a Site
Friends Gone On:
Bluegrass Says Goodbye to Some Of Its Own
Odds and Ends
Getting Over Hurdles
Missouri Artist Doesn't Let an Obstacle Get in the Way of Her Performance
Sharon Graeff has the spirit! Five days after a fall that broke her right leg in 4 places, Sharon was on-stage with her band Heritage at Strawberry Point, Iowa. (Image of Sharon in a wheelchair playing her mandolin) This image shows Sharon at the Queen City, Mo. Cancer Walk-a-thon August 12, 2001. Also pictured is Ray "The Soundman" Graeff.
Special congratulations goes out to Mountain Heart's banjo player, Barry Abernathy, and his wife Beverly, on the birth of their baby girl, Chassady Faith, born August 19th, 2001
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