I Listen to Bluegrass

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    Sweet Music

    I love that "Hiiiiiiiiiigh Lonesome Soooouuuuuuuund"!! LOL....Banjos, mandolins, bass, guitar....no drums--all strings...
    filthydieseltech filthydieseltech
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Jul 22, 2009

    Chris Thile! The Goat Rodeo Sessions!

    Any good, alternative bluegrass is just - yes.
    tryingbutfailing tryingbutfailing
    18-21, F
    Nov 13, 2014


    I love folky stuff and bluegrass is great for that.  I had a brother-in-law that played the banjo.  It is way more difficult than at first glance and takes talent.  My favorite memory of live bluegrass was at a historic hotel in southern Colorado.  The...
    Krypton Krypton
    31-35, F
    Jan 23, 2009

    Bill Monroe - the Father of Bluegrass

    No lie. I have an Autographed Heart Tracing (EKG) of Mr. Monroe.  He came into the hospital I was working at in my early twenties.  I recognized him immediately and he was gracious and signed the extra copy of the tracing I made (in spite of my unprofessional behavior...
    DrewBerry DrewBerry
    46-50, F
    8 Responses Sep 19, 2009

    Ha Ha Ha...

    This sounds like I say 'I listen to myself'.
    Bluegrass Bluegrass
    46-50, F
    9 Responses Feb 24, 2008

    I Love Bluegrass...

    When hiking in the woods it always puts pep in my step and a smile upon my face.
    Paizleigh Paizleigh
    26-30, F
    2 Responses May 7, 2007

    I Love Bluegrass

    I came across bluegrass only when I saw the movie 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' with George Clooney, and got hooked. I have an Apple Mac and found I could get radio, so I go to the 'Country' category and found to my delight that there are bluegrass radio stations. Its so so so...
    Bluegrass Bluegrass
    46-50, F
    3 Responses Feb 24, 2008

    Bluegrass Show

    going to a bluegrass show in the mouth or so its going good thers 5bans there so its all day thing
    tooltas tooltas
    36-40, M
    Mar 21, 2010

    Love The Stuff!

    I grew up on a auditory diet of 80s rock and bluegrass. My mom and dad listened to Metallica, ACDC, and The Offspring. My grandpa listened to nothing but bluegrass. I spent a lot of time with my grandparents, as both sides lived in the same town. My mom and her mother both worked...
    deleted deleted
    Jan 30, 2012


    I have seen Earl Scruggs three times.The first time I cried like a baby.
    kyfarmgirl kyfarmgirl
    31-35, F
    Oct 16, 2008
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