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Bluegrass Unlimited March Cover 2021

Bronwyn Keith-Hynes

Proving Bluegrass is Alive and Well Photos by Jake’s Visuals Shortly after I accepted the job as the managing editor of Bluegrass Unlimited magazine, I received an email from a subscriber expressing his concern about the state of bluegrass music. His contention was, “Bluegrass is dead. Young people just aren’t interested in it anymore.” With… Read the full article

The Artists

Fireside Collective: The New Generation of Bluegrass

Photos by Heather Hambor Just like the name of their third CD, Elements, Fireside Collective is a multifarious music group melding together a variety of influences. “We have always been inspired by the creativity and excitement of Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, Flatt and Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, The Stanley Brothers and… Read the full article


From The Archives

John Hartford: Living His Dreams

Reprinted from Bluegrass Unlimited MagazineJune, 1985. Volume 19, Number 12 The photograph John Hartford considers his favorite tells a lot about the man. It depicts him standing between two of the biggest influences on his life, Earl Scruggs and his fifth grade teacher, Miss Ruth Ferris. You also need to know about his modesty. Listen:… Read the full article