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Exclusive New Video From The Porchlight Sessions

The Porchlight SessionsAnother great update from the bluegrass music documentary The Porchlight Sessions has just been posted featuring a beautiful performance from Abigail Washburn, check it below. The Kickstarter Campaign still needs your support. Donate here and spread the word everywhere that you can! The Porchlight Sessions are on Facebook and Twitter so be sure to post and re-post, tweet and re-tweet!

Help Kickstart The Tao of Bluegrass - Peter Rowan Documentary

Peter RowanConsidered a cult figure among current and progressive bluegrass fans, Rowan has indulged in, led or participated in a vast and impressive array of bands, musical collaborations, studio recordings, tours, workshops and festivals since breaking onto the scene in 1964 as guitarist and lead singer with Bill Monroe. South 40 Films is producing a documentary on Peter Rowan's amazing career and are seeking financial assistance through their Kickstarter Program for "The Tao of Bluegrass." Peter Rowan is a one of a kind singer with an astonishing vocal range and an instantly recognizable voice.

The Porchlight Sessions Announce Kickstarter for Bluegrass Music Documentary

The Porchlight SessionsLos Angeles, CA -- The Porchlight Sessions is thrilled to announce the official launch of its Kickstarter fundraising campaign. The story of the uniquely American style of music known as bluegrass and the community that has grown up around it is beautifully and insightfully told on the upcoming music documentary The Porchlight Sessions. A musical exploration that travels from the music's roots in Appalachia to the contemporary culture it has spawned in the high Rocky Mountains and beyond, the film offers one of a kind performances and fascinating interviews with many of the creators and innovators of the bluegrass "sound."

The Mountain Music Project - Documentary Film and CD Need a Kickstart

Mountain Music ProjectIn 2006, The Mountain Music Project traveled to Nepal to document and support traditional Gandharba musicians, the "wandering minstrels of the Himalayas." In addition to our charitable efforts supporting local musicians (organizing music festivals and master classes, recording elder musicians, and helping Nepali musicians find work teaching in local orphanages, we recorded a CD of Nepali and American folk songs (with collaborations from several talented bluegrass and old-time Appalachian musicians back home). We also shot and edited an hour-long documentary film exploring the surprising connections between these two distant, yet similar cultures.


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