Remington Ryde: The Ryde

I really like the Remington Ryde, in the same way I really like local historical museums, small-town fireworks on the 4th of July, and mom-and-pop stores that aren’t big-box chains. I like the Remington Ryde the way I like minor-league … Read More

Ernie Thacker: The Hangman

by Doug Trotter This is an enjoyable listen. Nothing that I would consider really hard driving bluegrass  music, but the songs have bluegrass instrumentation and songs that are reminiscent of Marty Robbins gunslinging ballads. The song that really sticks out … Read More

Songwriting Part 3

Songwriting Software: MasterWriter version 2.0.0.16(R10) and other resources Songwriting Part 2 was my interview with Claire Lynch on the writing of her song “The Woods Of Sipsey.” All the resources in this article have not been fully tested and therefore … Read More

A Day of Bluegrass Videos

On Saturday, October 3, 2009, the HVBA hosted a Day of Bluegrass at Barnes & Noble in Poughkeepsie to celebrate the book signing of Gene Lowinger’s new book, “I Hear a Voice Calling: A Bluegrass Memoir.” Four Member Bands, CB … Read More

A Day of Bluegrass with Gene Lowinger – 10.3.2009

Fred Robbins, Videographer This event was held at Barnes & Noble to celebrate Gene Lowinger’s book about Bill Monroe. This video shows Gene Lowinger & Charlene Paden-fiddle, Andy Bing & David Angell-mandolin, Jerry Oland-banjo, Peter Paden-guitar, Lynn Lipton-bass

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