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Jacob Jollif

Discipline, Hard Work, and High Standards  Written By Dale and Darcy Cahill Jacob Jolliff’s bluegrass roots run deep. He picked up a mandolin at seven years old and attended his first bluegrass festival at age nine. Already an eager mandolin player, Jolliff surprised everyone by sitting in his lawn chair not for one or two… Read the full article

The Artists

Paolo Ercoli

The Wrong Side Of The Ocean “Yes, we love bluegrass music, it’s the thing we like the best. We sing, play and learn from Bill, Lester, Josh and Earle.  Since we travel all around and play from town to town the best thing we have found is that high lonesome sound. They keep saying we… Read the full article


From The Archives

Speedy Krise: The First Bluegrass Dobro Player?

Reprinted from Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine May 1975, Volume 9, Number 11 When bluegrass music was in the developmental stage some thirty years ago only five instruments were associated with the music. Those were the ones that appeared in the famous Bill Monroe band of that period—guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and bass. Somewhere along the line… Read the full article