Ultimately, there’s no denying the musical connection. Fiddles, mandolins, banjos, and guitars are common to the music of both Ireland and the American heartland. Hopefully, the efforts of mygrassisblue.com will make that bond all the more apparent and bring bluegrass back to its roots.
We like this. This is kinda neat. We’ve gone from reading about our favourite music on one of our favourite websites to reading about ourselves, having been featured in the latest Bluegrass Today ‘Bluegrass Beyond Borders’ feature. Thank you for the shout-out, Bluegrass Today. You can read the whole article here: Bluegrass Beyond Borders: An Irish bid for bluegrass.


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