Old-time music
Old-time music is a genre of North American folk music. It developed along with various North American folk dances, such as square dancing, flatfoot dancing, buck dancing, and clogging. It is played o...
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Appalachian music
Appalachian music is the traditional music of the region of Appalachia in the Eastern United States. It is derived from various European and African influences, including English ballads, Irish and Sc...
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Old-time music festivals
Old-time music is a genre of North American folk music. It developed along with various North American folk dances, such as square dancing, flatfoot dancing, buck dancing, and clogging. It is played o...
Cold as the Clay
Cold as the Clay is the second solo album by Bad Religion's vocalist Greg Graffin released on July 10, 2006 in Europe, and the following day in the USA. It was released on the label ANTI- (a sublabel ...
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Back Roads to Cold Mountain
Back Roads to Cold Mountain is a 2004 compilation album released by Smithsonian Folkways. The album was released in the wake of the award winning soundtrack to the film Cold Mountain, and is composed ...
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Galax, Virginia
Galax /ˈɡeɪlæks/ is an independent city in the southwestern part of the Commonwealth of Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,042. The Bureau of Economic Analysis combines the city of ...
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Mount Airy Fiddlers Convention
The Mount Airy Fiddlers Convention is a popular festival devoted to old-time and bluegrass music, as well as related arts such as dance, which takes place each summer at Veterans Memorial Park in Moun...
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Vandalia Gathering
The Vandalia Gathering is a popular festival devoted to old-time and bluegrass music, as well as related arts such as dance, quilt making, and cooking, which takes place each summer on the state capit...
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Soldier's Joy (fiddle tune)
Soldier's Joy, performed by the North Carolina Hawaiians (1929)."Soldier's Joy" is a fiddle tune, classified as a reel or country dance. It is popular in the American fiddle canon, in which it is ...
Old time fiddle
Old time fiddle is a genre of American folk music. "Old time fiddle tunes" may be played on fiddle, banjo or other instruments but are nevertheless called "fiddle tunes". The genre has European and A...
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Blackberry Blossom (tune)
"Blackberry Blossom" is a fiddle tune in the key of G Major. It is classified as a "breakdown" and is popular in old time, bluegrass and Celtic traditional circles.
The tune has been added to ove...
Fruit Jar Guzzlers
Fruit Jar Guzzlers was an old-time music group who recorded during the 1920s.
Fruit Jar Guzzlers is one of the most mysterious old-time groups to ever record. In 1928, another old-time musician C...
Tennessee Ramblers (Tennessee band)
The Tennessee Ramblers were an American old-time string band originally consisting of William "Fiddlin' Bill" Sievers (1875—1954) on fiddle, his son James "Mack" Sievers on banjo and vocals, da...
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Cripple Creek (folk song)
Cripple Creek, performed by Gid Tanner and his Skillet Lickers (1929)."Cripple Creek" is an Old Time Appalachian folk song for the fiddle, though it is often played on the banjo as well. It has beco...
Progressive bluegrass
Progressive bluegrass is one of two major subgenres of bluegrass music. It is also known as newgrass, a term attributed to New Grass Revival member Ebo Walker. Musicians and bands John Hartford, New ...
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Bluegrass Unlimited
Bluegrass Unlimited is a monthly music magazine "dedicated to the furtherance of bluegrass and old-time musicians, devotees and associates." First published in 1966, as of 2008 the magazine had a circ...
Can Kickers
The Can Kickers are an Americana band based out of New London, Connecticut. The group formed in 2000 while the members were attending Connecticut College.
The Can Kickers are an Americana band ba...
Tommy Jarrell
Tommy Jarrell (born Thomas Jefferson Jarrell, March 1, 1901 Surry County, North Carolina, died January 28, 1985) was an American fiddler, banjo player, and singer from the Mount Airy region of North C...