Articles tagged newgrass

Mountain Heart - “Addicted” (audio) (premiere)

Progressive bluegrass band Mountain Heart rove way beyond the confines of the bluegrass genre, adding a bit of soul ala the SteelDrivers and a bit of pure-bred country ala Chris Stapleton.

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Left Coast Country - “Burnin’ Old Pictures of You” (audio) (premiere)

Portland's Left Coast Country specialize in new takes on classic bluegrass and burning up the stages with their energetic live performances.

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The Infamous Stringdusters: Ladies & Gentlemen

The popular newgrass outlet give the girls their time to shine.

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“Music Requires a Journey Out of You”: An Interview with John Cowan

New Grass Revival frontman John Cowan talks to PopMatters about the tricks of being a singing bass player, the new developments in folk music, and the career-spanning feel of his latest record, Sixty.

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Chris Thile: Bach: Sonatas and Partitas, Vol. 1

Chris Thile firmly rebuts any generational snark tossed at his past ventures with his invigorating take on three J.S. Bach pieces initially written for solo violin: two sonatas (G and A minor) and one partita (B minor).

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The Steeldrivers - “Can You Run” (2010)

Nashville's Steeldrivers create virtuostic songs focused on Southern life past and present.

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John Cowan: The Massenburg Sessions

No edits, no overdubs, no headphones, no mixing. For the John Cowan Band: No problem.

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Sam Bush: Circles Around Me

Circles Around Me provides an excellent showcase for Sam Bush's talents as mandolin player, fiddler, singer, and songwriter, as well as a reminder of his role in promoting the "newgrass" phenomenon of the 1970s.

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Best of the Moving Pixels Podcast: Further Explorations of the Zero

// Moving Pixels

"We continue our discussion of the early episodes of Kentucky Route Zero by focusing on its third act.

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