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More Guests Added for The Nashville Sessions

Leftover Salmon - The Nashville SessionsIt is only a few days away from celebrating 15 Years of The Nashville Sessions at the historic Ryman Auditorium! We are thrilled to announce some special additions to the lineup: Del McCoury, Ronnie McCoury, Rob McCoury, Darrell Scott, Col. Bruce Hampton, and Elizabeth Cook. This will be an exciting and wonderful night! Here is an interview with Vince about the special evening ahead.

Tiller’s Folly Wins Big In The 11th Independent Music Awards Vox Pop Poll

Tiller's FollyCanadian based trio Tillers’ Folly joins more than 70 exceptional self-released and independent label artists, as well as former major label acts lifted from a nominated list of more than 340 acts to win the coveted Top Song in the Social Cause category in the prestigious 11th annual Independent Music Awards (The IMAs) Vox Pop Poll, the influential awards program voted online by more than 60,000 music fans from around the globe. They won for their song “Death & Taxes”, which finds them paired with guest vocalists Josh Shilling (Mountain Heart) and legendary singer John Cowan (New Grass Revival, Doobie Brothers). The song is from their acclaimed 2012 self-released album, “Go The Road”

Bill Monroe's Music Headlines Wilbur Theatre April 21st

Bill MonroeBoston, MA -- In 1965, a young Peter Rowan joined Bill Monroe & The Blue Grass Boys, recording fourteen songs with Monroe before leaving the band in 1967. Tony Rice is the premier blue grass/newgrass guitar player today. His stellar career has included stints with J.D. Crowe & The New South, and the David Grisman Quintet. He has had a successful solo career and also fronts his own quintet, The Tony Rice Unit. Together, they have toured as the Peter Rowan & Tony Rice Quartet, which ultimately produced two Rounder Records recordings. This package, Rowan & Rice performing the traditional sounds of Bill Monroe with The Travelin' McCourys, is of historic proportion.

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