1. thelivebeat:

    Connecticut’s grassroots band @PoorOldShine returns to #Infinity Hall after a busy year having composed and performed music for Harvard’s American Repertory Theater and releasing their first studio LP produced by Sam Kassirer (Josh Ritter, Joy Kills Sorrow) on Signature Sounds. The energy of Poor Old Shine is complimented with an opening set from Hartford’s folk-rock trio Wise Old Moon and the finger picking of The Zolla Boys.

  2. wfmaddrey:

    Old Home Place- Phish via The Dillards 

  3. fuckyeahbluegrass:

The Louvin Brothers
R.I.P Charlie Louvin

(via bornbeforethewind)
he’s going down, to the River of Jordan…

    fuckyeahbluegrass:

    The Louvin Brothers

    R.I.P Charlie Louvin

    (via bornbeforethewind)

    he’s going down, to the River of Jordan…

  4. Such a great song. Makes me wish I was from Georgia, or a member of the Osborne Brothers.

    Maybe I’ll earn a reblog from http://fuckyeahbluegrass.tumblr.com

  5. Abigail Washburn - Nobody’s Fault But Mine

    I saw her last night at The Ark in Ann Arbor, she’s got a new album coming out, she was totally rad.

    On a bluegrass/traditional music kick. Get into it.

    UPDATE: Link may not work. Try this or this.

  6. Bluegrass Refrains and Model Trains

    This pas weekend I went to the Delfest Bluegrass Festival located in beautiful Cumberland, MD. What a way to spend Memorial Day Weekend; sun, fun, dips in the Potomac River, excellent bluegrass hosted by Del McCoury and featuring some other really great players. I took a short break from the music to check out this model train exhibition hosted by the Maryland and West Virginia Model Train Association. It was a huuge room full of eye-height train tracks, really a sight to behold. As a kid, I played with these same trains but never on a scale this big. Check outn a fwe pictures and videos below, hope ya’ll had a great start to summer!