Carolina locals, Chapel Road, performing the hymn "Heaven."
The pictures are from my journeys though the Carolinas, and many of them are from Friday night Bluegrass in Blackstock SC. A great family friendly social event.
The old Bluegrass Gospel Hymn, Daniel Prayed, performed by the local band Chapel Road. The photos are from all over the Carolinas, with one from Richmond Virginia of Stonewall Jackson's monument.
Hiram joins the rest at Greensboro Grub for the sharing of gifts. This video is just a small sampling of the offerings - some jokes, a bluegrass band, and the poetry of Josephus. Check him out at http://josephusIII.com Distributed by Tubemogul.
Beaches of Florida: Grayton Village South Walton Travel Video PostCard
“Authentic” can be hard to find among the Artful New Urban Communities that dot the Beaches of Florida in the beaches of South Walton, Florida.
But if Authentic is for you, there’s plenty of it at Hibiscus Coffee and Guest House, in the small village of Grayton Beach at the Beaches of South Walton, Florida. Here at Grayton Beach at the Beaches of South Walton, the Hibiscus Coffee and Guest House is all about simple and vintage and put-up-your-feet real.
Breakfast is a special treat, do not leave without tasting Cheri’s peanut butter waffle, mounded with fresh fruit and pecans..
Then head off to a 26 mi.stretch of beach in the Beaches of Florida at South Walton Beach and experience the emerald water the prettiest we’ve seen on any Florida Beach. The dunes and dune lakes are a national treasure
Look for the beautiful live Oak arbor in Grayton Park on the Beaches of South Walton
And take a ten minute drive to Eden Park on the Choctawhatchee Bayou, and touch the Old South at South Walton Beaches.
For sixties nostalgia stop by the Red bar for Bluegrass and Sunday brunch..
Tap your toes awhile before you pack up and head for home.
Wait a minute. The Beaches of South Walton are is pretty enough to BE home
clumsy lovers play kpcw - great upbeat piece - bluegrass, newgrass great song - www.myinboxnews.com
RED GLASS by CEBE //
CEBE ( Alex Cebe ) Alt Country-Rock from Brazil //
Acoustic Guitar Instrumental Solo Slide //
Official WebSite : http://alexcebe.official.ws //
MySpace : http://www.myspace.com/alexcebe //
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Influence list : Classical Music,Country Rock,
Country Blues,Country,Punk Rock,
Classic Rock,Rock,Blues,Blues Rock,
Bluegrass,Rockabilly,Rhythm And Blues,
Psychedelic,Celtic Music,Roots Music,Western Music //
Small House Strings plays Flood in KPCW Studio, nice bluegrass instrumental that sounds like the different speeds of flowing water in a flood - myinboxnews.com
In this episode we take you aboard a bluegrass cruise on the world renown Belle of Louisville. The Belle is the oldest steamboat still in operation in the U.S. and is one of the city's most recognizable icons.
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In this episode we continue our Bourbon Country adventure and explore the eastern Bluegrass region of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. We visit Four Roses, Woodford Reserve, Buffalo Trace and Wild Turkey distilleries. Lodging and dining at the Beaumont Inn.
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Who says you need to be able to stand up to dance a bluegrass jig?
Railroad Earth performing live at Gathering of the Vibes 2007.
Roadroad Earth's live improvs make them a great live band to see. Their music stems from Americana influence and follows a jam, bluegrass, rock & jazz tone.
www.OnlineLessonVideos.com for full lesson. Ian Walsh Teaches Irish Fiddle Lessons as well as Bluegrass Fiddle.
This is my first online musical lesson to give online, and I'm going to teach a bluegrass instrumental called "Wheel Hoss" that was played by Bill Monroe and his bluegrass boys in the 1940's
Bluegrass classic "Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms" performed by The Electric Myakka Band -- http://myakkamusic.com/ -- July 4, 2009. Recorded live at the Olympia Theater in Palmetto, Florida by Robin 'Roblimo' Miller -- http://internetvideopromotion.com
Oh Wow Oh Wow Oh Wow.... this was the show to be at in NYC on August 7th. The Beacon Theatre was one big ho down. If it wasn't country, bluegrass, or honky tonk, it was a mixture of all three.
Four time Grammy Nominee Todd Taylor has made his impact in the music world once again. In 2007 Todd Taylor set the record for the "fastest fingers" on the banjo.His title remains in 2009. Taylor played at 210 beats per minute. The musician holds his status as one of the greatest banjo players of this century. He has played with the company of bluegrass legends such as Bill Monroe and Roy Acuf. Here is his version Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird" from the album "Something Different" from Lost Gold Records. You can find this album and more by Todd Taylor at Lostgoldmusic.com!