• 00:32

    The Father of Bluegrass; Bill Monroe

    in Music

    Now as we learned the history of bluegrass, who are the people involved? Listen to find out.

  • 00:33

    SMOKIN' HOT BLUEGRASS BAND, WILDFIRE

    in Music

    WILDFIRE was formed in 2000 and quickly became one of the most talked about groups in the bluegrass music industry. The band has many years of musical and performance experience, with Robert Hale on lead vocals and guitar, Curt Chapman on bass, and Johnny Lewis on banjo. Newest band members include established mandolin player and vocalist, Chris Davis along with accomplished fiddle player and vocalist, Greg Luck.  By mixing their original songs and telling ballads, their complete dedication and love for their music, and their artistic spontaneity, Wildfire takes listeners on a journey that will spur emotion and excitement. They promise a powerful show that will please everyone from traditional bluegrass lovers to the contemporary young fans of today.

  • 00:42

    BLUEGRASS FAVORITE: LORRAINE JORDAN & CAROLINA ROAD

    in Music

    Bluegrass crowd-pleasers, Carolina Road recently released their self-titled cd, Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road, their highly anticipated album with Pinecastle Records.  Their previous release, Back To My Roots, achieved commercial and critical success, charting on Bluegrass Music Profiles TOP 30 SINGLES, and TOP 10 ALBUM Chart and reaching #1 on the Bluegrass Unlimited Charts.
     
    The band’s distinct sound and old time flair can be attributed to the bluegrass-rich area of North Carolina from which they hail and borrow their name.  As the founding member and band leader for Carolina Road, Lorraine Jordan’s showmanship and chemistry with the audience makes the group one of the most popular bands among bluegrass fans today. Lorraine, who has garnered two IBMA Awards, has fronted Carolina Road for over a decade and has eleven national recordings to her credit.  The band has earned a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in bluegrass. Carolina Road plays worldwide and headlines two National  Blue Grass festivals, Christmas in the Smokies and Cherokee.  They have  hosted the Canadian Bluegrass Awards, toured Europe  and played twelve Blue Grass cruises.  Carolina Road’s performance is a traditional sound with a fresh approach which includes invigorating instrumentals, smooth blending vocals, and all the energy that you can stand.

  • 02:13

    'Brown Girl. Bluegrass!' & 'The Quazzy Faffle Show' LIVE!!!"

    in Culture

    W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: 'Brown Girl. Bluegrass!' & 'The Quazzy Faffle Show' LIVE!!!"


    Featured Guests...


    1.) Sis. Lacresha Berry aka Brown Girl


    Social Media: 
    IG: @berryandco @browngirlbluegrass


    Facebook: Berry


    Twitter: @berryandcompany


    2.) Hip Hop Phenom Quazzy Faffle


    Quazzy Faffle Show Season One


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    This Week's Show Is Sponsored By Bro. Terry Sonnier & Blueprintbr, A Luxury Street Wear Clothing Store: http://www.blueprintbr.bigcartel.com/


     


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    Support The W.E. A.L.L. B.E. 100,000 Strong Fundraising Campaign!!!


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    http://weallbe.blogspot.com/2014/08/we-all-be-100000-strong-fundraising.html

  • 02:18

    WEDNESDAY BLUEGRASS

    in Music

    WEDNESDAY BLUEGRASS


    Howcee Productions Gospel "Bringing Families Communities and Churches Together" Music gospel music. What is gospel music? What is the common factor in all gospel music? that is sang played written regardless of what genre. The answer God (The Father) The Son (Jesus) The Spirit (Holy Spirit The Holy Ghost The Comforter) We play all style of music in one place. We will cover all elements of the human being. We will minister to the whole man. Come join us. In "Bringing Families communities and Churches Together" read more



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  • 01:00

    The Shade Tree Bluegrass Show

    in Religion

    Bluegrass Gospel Music has been a main  stay with folks of rural America for many years, but, has gone  beyond on the confines of the the hollers and Brush Arbor to the the main stream veneus. From Country churches to big city concert hall , college, high schools. and Bluegrass festivals, Bluegrass Gospel Music has earned it's place, and will remain.


    Today's Guest Artist Will Be: Dr. Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys


     


    PRAY FOR AMERICA,PRAY FOR ISRAEL,THE LOST, OUR TROOPS, & POLICE OFFICER'S

  • 00:31

    Mental Health .. The Invisible Illness .. Bluegrass Special and Family Guy Mixes

    in Self Help

    Here's another 30 mins of Something completely different, when possible I like to offer you somehing different on the music front. Have you heard of AC/DC, how about Hayseed Dixie? In this episode we have some classics from Queen, Motorhead, The Beatles and others covered by the Kings of Bluegrass country .. the one and only Hayseed Dixie and to end with for the Family Guy fans out there we have tracks by Eminem, Pharrell, Jason Derulo and a track from Frozen etc by Mikey Bolts. Join us in the chatroom, live listen live or on the podcast later

  • 01:01

    The Shade Tree Bluegrass Gospel Show

    in Religion

    Bluegrass  Gospel Music is clearly defined in the words,harmony,and the essence of the heart. Many Bluegrass Gospel Artist are Christain Belivers some are not,but they both have the same roots of their music,southern style for most of the Artist,but devotee's of this music format can be found around the world. Bluegrass Gospel Music requires  singing from the heart with conviction of it's power upon on one's emotions,with the power of music and voices that have a heavenly sound, makes Bluegrass Gospel Music a one of a kind venue.


    PRAY FOR AMERICA,PRAY FOR ISRAEL, THE LOST, OUR TROOPS, OUR POLICE OFFICER'S

  • 01:01

    The Shade Tree Bluegrass Gospel Show

    in Religion

    The very best in Bluegrass Gospel Music, the old,the new, the stars and the beginners.Bill Monroe from Rosine, KY. Brought a new twist to then know as mountain music by adding addional music licks and the high lonesome sound and called it bluegrass, him and his brothers and other whom he named the bluegrass boys went on to blaze the trial for futher generation of blugrass artist.LESTER FLATT, EARL SCRUGGS,DOC WATSON,THE STANLEY BROTHERS,AND MANY MORE WERE  PRODUCT OF THIS BLUEGRASS MAGIC FORM,TAKING STANDARD GOSPEL SONGS ADDING THAT BLUEGRASS ESSENCE, THE REST IS MUSICAL HISTORY.


    Today Guest: The Alley Family


    PRAY FOR AMERICA, PRAY FOR ISRAEL,THE LOST,OUR TROOPS AND POLICE OFFICER'S

  • 01:00

    The Shade Tree Bluegrass Gospel Show

    in Religion

    Bluegrass Gospel Music Stirs a person emotions based on the message, the melody ,and talent of the artist.The Artist both past and present repersent the very essence of the music. From the hollers, the farms, the coal mining country, tent revivials, Church,and concert hall, Bluegrass Gosple Music has been and will be a staple in the hearts of thousands of loyal fans at home and around the world.


    PRAY FOR AMERICA,PRAY FOR ISRAEL,PRAY FOR THE LOST,OUR TROOPS,POLICE OFFICER'S


    HAVE A BLESSED SABBATH

  • 01:01

    The Shade Tree Bluegrass Gospel Show

    in Religion

    Mountain Music had it's roots in the deep rural South,during the early 1920's family groups were popular singing groups. Then in the late 30's more groups were forming,playing and singing this musical form,then a Mandolin playing  Tenor singer from Rosine,Ky. appeared with a unique Sound of a different venue,it blended the 5 String banjo,fiddle mandolin,bass,and dobro, plus a high lonesome sound that Mr. Monroe called Bluegrass, and the rest is history.


    PRAY FOR AMERICA, PRAY FOR ISRAEL, THE LOSTOUR TROOPS,OUR POLICE OFFICER'S

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