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Southern Family Ties

Sally and Loretta, were identical twins. Even their parents had trouble telling them apart. It came to their attention, later in life, that they both had addictive personalities. 839 more words

True Stories

Postcards from Grey Fox

Just back from the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival. For once, let me share a few experiences with you while they’re still fresh.

I only discovered Nora Jane Struthers & The Party Line this year, but this is in fact Nora Jane’s third Grey Fox as a performer. 487 more words


The New Bluegrass: Not-so-plain music that tells a good story.

Attending the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival helped make me aware of just how diverse bluegrass music is. I heard it referred to as a “niche genre,” but if so, it is a niche containing many small niches. 444 more words


Satine Ramblers

Many years ago in a sleepy little suburb of Albuquerque called Bosque Farms, four children grew up with seemingly normal lives, until ten years ago. During college at UNM Valencia campus, these four youths got together and formed… 387 more words



The old railroad depot in downtown Frankfort, Kentucky is now the Kentucky Historical Society.

Nikon F4s, Kodak Portra 400


Bluegrass Sunday #20: The Infamous Stringdusters with David Grisman @ The Festy Experience 2011

Setlist via archive.org:

01. Intro
02. Pioneers
03. Gettin’ Down the Road
04. In God’s Country
05. Steam-Powered Airplane
06. The Hitchhiker
07. Little Girl and the Dreadful Snake… 47 more words

Give It A Listen

Celebrations: Americana style, Netherlands style

The wonderful and well-traveled Natasja came to Nashville to stay with me for the first week of July 2014.  Natasja and I met in S. Africa in 2008, we hit it off so we adjusted our travels to scuba and surf together. 1,490 more words

Road Trip