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Author: Annette Grady

Thank you to all participants of the contest and congratulations to the winners. 1st Place - Kodie Arnold of Hermiston, Oregon 2nd Place - Billy & the Kids of Richlands, NC 3rd Place - Michael Neal of Raleigh, NC 4th Place - Sparky Sandra Day of Ingleside, Ontario
We would like to congratulate the winners and thank all contestants who participated in the Loar Mandolin Giveaway presented by Pinecastle Music and Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road.     Sparky Sandra Day
Enter to Win a Loar LM310F Mandolin How do you earn points? Email a video of you singing along to Bill Monroe's Ol' Mandolin.  (5 entries) [email protected] Send a picture of you wearing your Bill Monroe's Ol' Mandolin shirt. If you don't have one, you can purchase it by clicking this link. (5 entries) [email protected] [...]
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January 10, 2021

Rebekah Speer

Rebekah Speer’s first single from her up and coming Bluegrass Gospel album. Southern Gospel greats Jimmy Blackwood, Tim Reid, & Gene McDonald join Rebekah in singing the old Speer Family classic written by W.F. Crumley. Produced by Rebekah Speer. Derek Vaden- Guitar Nick Dauphinais – Recording King Resonator Alan Bibey – Mandolin Matt Wright – […]

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December 5, 2020

Osborne Brothers

Sweet Sunny South by The Osborne Brothers This is from the Osbornes’ Hyden, Kentucky “Homecoming” festival, probably from 2001. In the band at that time, in addition to Bobby Osborne (mandolin) and Sonny Osborne (banjo), were Shad Cobb (fiddle), Gene Wooten (dobro), Terry Smith (bass), and Dana Cupp (guitar). Converted from a VHS tape, Tom […]

[sayit] The Orange Blossom Special was a deluxe passenger train which inspired the tune by the same name. The song was written and copyrighted by Ervin T. Rouse in 1938 and the first recording took place in 1939 by Ervin and Gordon Rouse. There has been a bit of controversy as to the original composer [...]
[sayit] Merle Haggard was perhaps one of the most influential country music artists in his life. With songs of troubles, love and life, he was able to capture the attention of the public. His style remained true. Haggard held very little back. He wrote lyrics that came from his heart and he sang in just [...]
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September 27, 2020

Jimmy Dean,Big Bad John
[sayit] Released in September of 1961, “Big Bad John” performed by Jimmy Dean quickly rose to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 by early November. “Big Bad John” is the collaborative work of Jimmy Dean and Roy Acuff. “I wrote the song in an hour and a half while flying to Nashville for a [...]