Repost from The AcoustiCana Journal and Ron Block’s Blog I don’t look at bluegrass as a religion. I have never been out to “spread the gospel of bluegrass.” It is a great American music form. There are others which are […]
(This article was originally posted on The AcoustiCana Journal) A friend of mine posted this morning on Facebook, lamenting the sound of the new Alison Krauss and Union Station album. In his words, “I hate to say it, but I don’t know if I’m […]
(Review posted originally on The AcoustiCana Journal) What makes Monroeville so special? • First and foremost, as phenomenal as they are at presenting their band on the web and on social media – and they are among the top 5 best […]
(This is an article originally posted on The AcoustiCana Journal) The Recording Academy recently held their annual Nashville Chapter GRAMMY 101 educational event at the Hutton Hotel in downtown Nashville, TN on Monday April 18th. The event has gotten a heightened amount […]
“Pigeon Holes & Dogma”When one is not of “sound mind” all terms can constrain as much as they describe. The term AcoustiCana is not appropriate to describe any musical artist or his work. Artists rebel, as they should, against being pigeon […]
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