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Robert Earl KeenHappy Prisoner: The Bluegrass Sessions (Dualtone) Crossover albums often become specious affairs. Remember Willie Nelson's reggae effort, Countryman? So when Robert Earl Keen, a West...
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Show attendees get a shot at cheap, hard-to-find ...
... caliber rimfire ammunition is the hardest to find ammo in the country because of its popularity and hoarding following the rise in firearm purchases the past several years. Next week's annual...
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Music brightened dark days of the Depression
We continue our 10-part series chronicling the evolution of American popular music in the 20th century, 1900-1999, which looks at the music that was popular during each decade and what influenced that...
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BLAIRSTOWN -- Americana's jailbreak from sleepy town squares and the scratchier bands of the AM dial has been a welcome development in American music. And the renegade traditionalists of Mipso --...
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‘Newgrass’ headed to State: Today’s music influen...
... coming weeks that will sat- isfy your appetite for what some now call "newgrass." Greensky Bluegrass members (from left) are Paul Hoffman on mandolin, Mike Devol on upright bass, Dave Bruzza on...
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Dixie Hall, Songwriter and Wife of Tom T. Hall, D...
Dixie Hall, the renowned writer of bluegrass songs and wife of Country Music Hall of Fame member Tom T. Hall, died Friday (Jan. 16) at the age of 80. She had been suffering from a brain tumor. In...
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Anglers asked to donate live steelhead in hopes o...
Jordan Wheeler of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife brings a donated hatchery steelhead from a net pen in the Clackamas River to a waiting tank truck. Department biologists are researching...
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Eugene, OR band with boot-stompin’, gritty, and bourbon flavored tunes. The band draws its inspiration from a variety of sources, evinced by original tunes that break the mold of traditional...
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The day Bob Dylan, Miles Davis, Cleopatra, John D...
On Facebook, Sacramento Bee reporter Andy Furillo recently shared a yellowed copy of a newspaper advertisement originally posted by JazzWeek. The ad, a fascinating mix of forgotten typography and...
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How the West Was Won
At the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, traditi...
This city is blanketed with churches. Downtown Presbyterian, Cross Point, First Baptist, Midtown Fellowship. But many of those who come here seek a different kind of spiritual kinship that can be...
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Uncle Monk featuring Tommy Ramone (Sunday, April ...
UNCLE MONK (featuring Tommy Ramone) With Joey, Dee Dee, and Johnny having left us in the last decade, Tommy Ramone is the last surviving member of the original band. As drummer for the Ramones, Tommy...
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Titan of the Telecaster books The Maze
GRAMMY nominee Bill Kirchen makes his debut in Nottingham in March – despite a career which stretches back four decades. The guitarist, who has worked with Nick Lowe, Emmylou Harris and Elvis...
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Rhonda Vincent playing up her home state of Misso...
Rhonda Vincent wasn’t born with a mandolin in her hands, but she’s been a musician since childhood. Growing up in the tiny northeast Missouri town of Greentop (located north of Kirksville) Vincent’s...
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