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Bluegrass is known for not being the most sophisticated form of music. People think it is all hillbillies and hay bales, which may be true at some points. But, the majority of bluegrass has a unique sound, different than any other genre. It is not country nor folk. Bluegrass is bluegrass. It's instruments, in a typical band, include a violin (fiddle), an upright bass, a banjo, a guitar and a mandolin. But how did bluegrass start? Well, listen to find out.
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.
Red Queen Hera talks about certain industries for female advancement
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Bascially these are the hottest zones for the female and I your Queen shall explain why and how?
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.
Join DJ Nika and Juneau to analyze, discuss and celebrate the Tour of the Summer of 2014: Queen + Adam Lambert. There is so much to cover, so we will tackle this monumental opus by spreading out our discussion over three consecutive programs, one each week. This week we will tackle the first third of the set list. Please post in comments below, call in during the show and join the chatroom to share your data points: Where were you seated? What was your view of the stage? How was the sound. What were you able to observe about Adam and Queen in those rare lucid moments when your mind wasn't lost in a hormonal haze? What did these performances reveal to you about Adam? About you?
Is this program a desperate ploy to stave of post-tour depression and tide us over until Queen + Adam hit the shores of Oceania? Yes, but so what? We will have fun doing it!
Weekly talk and music radio inspired by our unlikely muse, Adam Lambert. Dedicated to creativity, entrepreurship, personal liberation. LGBTQ causes, people re-inventing their lives, and music, always music!
Todays Guest Artist: LARRY SPARKS & THE LONESOME RAMBLERS
The High Lonesome sounds of Bluegrass Music sets it apart into a special place of it's own. The hard driving sometime gentle tone and harmony, beautiful voice's blending together in harmony as the song spell's out praise, worship, and dedication to God. Bluegrass Gospel can promote a toe tapping, hand clapping or a somber moment into the heart & soul. the High Lonesome sound of Bluegrass Gosple Music can not be replaced, in it's awesome delivery of the artist who sing and live their Music
Peter Nye joins Mary E., for this lively discussion about the roots of Bluegrass music, and Peter's role in preserving live music as a cultural norm.
Peter Nye is a singer song writer and founder of The Chicago Bluegrass Band. A multi-instrumentalist playing guitar, banjo and bass, Pete has toured Scandinavia, the EU and the US. His musical style is varied and includes: Celtic, C&W, Jazz, Blues and Rock. He is described as simply a bold man on stage, a fantabulous flat picker and lead singer with a gritty music sensibility honed by years of playing country music roadhouses.As a veteran performer with over thirty years on the Midwest music scene, Pete delivers a powerful vocal performance complimented by sizzling flat-picked leads and rock-solid rhythm work. Peter began cultivating his musical skills at the age of 13 playing the local Honky-tonks around Chicago.
Folks ask; "Where do you play?"...well, they've played a variety of venues, from a Sauna Festival in Finland to the Indiana State Penitentiary, and most everything in between.
- 2005 INDIANA STATE CHAMPION BLUEGRASS BAND
CBB, indi release "STEELRAILS IN THE TENNESSEE NIGHT" - 1999
CBB, Indi release"THE LAST GOODBYE" - 2005
Chicago Magazine described Peter Nye & The Chicago Bluegrass Band simply: “Hot as Hell!!”
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