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Seldom Heard Music

The best in Bluegrass From Appalachia to Canada!

Happy 85th birthday to Mac Wiseman and a tribute to John Hartford in recognition of the ninth anniversary of his death.

Opening with Mark Delaney, banjo player and BMW motorcycle mechanic extraordinaire, then moving on to Danny Paisley and the Southern Grass, Larry Sparks, Rhonda Vincent, and others.

Great bluegrass music by Bobby Hicks, the Grascals, Junior Sisk and Rambler's Choice, Hot Rize, Larry Stephenson, Blue Highway, Dan Tyminski, Patty Loveless, Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs and Doc Watson; with some classic coutry music thrown in by the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band!

A fast-paced show from the opening song by Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder to the closing tune by the Grascals.

A program featuring a tribute to Mothers, and a few songs intended to send best wishes to our Tennessee friends who have endured severe flooding this past week.

Opening with Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys, then Tom T. Hall, Larry Sparks, Alicia Nugent, Junior Sisk and Rambler's Choice, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Tim and Mollie O'Brien, Cadillac Sky, and other great bluegrass music on this Saturday night.

Music by Kenny and Amanda Smith, Sam Bush, Patty Loveless, Dudley Murphy and Adam Granger, The Grascals, Ralph Stanley II, EmmyLou Harris, John Chapman, Del McCoury, and others.

Opening with the Chapmans, followed by the Stanley Brothers, the Dillards, Old and In the Way, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Audie Blaylock and Redline, Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road, the Hillbenders, Del McCoury, Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys, Darren Beachley and the Legends of the Potomac, the Bluegrass Album Band, and closing with Berline, Crary, and Hickman.

A bluegrass tribute to the coal miners of Appalachia and their families.

Springing into April with Bluegrass! Dailey and Vincent, Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder, the Country Gentlemen, Bill Emerson and Sweet Dixie, Randy Kohrs, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, The Chapmans, Tim and Mollie O"Brien, Dirk Powell, Jim and Jesse McReynolds, Mac Wiseman, and other bluegrass greats performing on Seldom Heard Music.

Bluegrass music for the Ozarks as we roll into spring. The trees are turning green and the grass is blue!

A great playlist this week, including Bill Emerson and Sweet Dixie, Laurie Lewis, Blue Rose, Melonie Cannon, Gold Heart, Ricky Wasson, Midnight Flight, David Davis and the Warrior River Boys, Lonesome River Band, Charlie Sizemore Band, Balsam Range, and Tony Rice.

It's time for some bluegrass music that celebrates Ireland! Tim O'Brien is featured this week, along with Dale Ann Bradley, Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, Dolly Parton, Jimmy Martin, The Chieftains,Peter Rowan, Larry Sparks, the Country Gentlemen, and Jim Hurst. Grandpa Jones is also on the playlist this week.

Music from Cedar Hill, Laurie Lewis, Mac Wiseman, Dale Ann Bradley, Lou Reid and Carolina, Donna Ulisse, Jesse McReynolds and others.

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Another great week of bluegrass music - Sam Bush, Tony Rice, JD Crowe and the New South, Balsam Range, Josh Williams, IIIrd Tyme Out, Gold Heart, Peter Rowan, The Isaacs, Brand New Strings, Spring Creek, Ralph Stanley, Seldom Scene, Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys, Red Allen and Frank Wakefield, Larry Stephenson with Connie Smith and Marty Stuart - all featured on Seldom Heard Music - plus the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band!

Bluegrass for Valentine's Day

We'll be featuring some great bluegrass artists singing and playing songs appropriate for lovers and valentine's day this week. Included are Del McCoury and Steve Earle, Tim O'Brien, Larry Stephenson, John Hartford, the New Grass Revival, Hayseed Dixie, the Bluegrass Patriots, Brandon Rickman. Rob Ickes, the Johnson Mountain Boys, Doc and Merle Watson, and others.

Also this week, the introduction of Dailey and Vincent's new album to the show - "Dailey and Vincent Sing the Statler Brothers" - some great love songs on this album.

Congratulations to the Chapmans on the release of "Grown Up" by Compass Records of Nashville, TN - we'll be playing a couple of songs from that album, too.

All in all, a good week for bluegrass music and songs about love on Seldom Heard Music.

Great Bluegrass this week! Steep Canyon Rangers, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Jimmy Martin, Chris Hillman, Alison Brown, Peter Rowan and the Nashville Bluegrass Band, and others

Music composed by, performed by, and in honor of the one and only Lester Flatt was featured this week to recognize that he was honored by the House of Representatives on January 26, 2010 as a significant contributor to American music.