My Bluegrass Story
The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum has created a 13-episode television series, “My Bluegrass Story,” The shows are filmed inside the museum with artists interacting with artifacts and talking about their careers. They also perform songs there. The shows also feature clips of the artists’ performances at past ROMP festivals. Guests on this year’s series include DelMcCoury, Doyle Lawson, Dan Tyminski, Rhonda Vincent, Tammy Rogers of The Steeldrivers, Darin and Brooke Aldridge, Russell Moore, Becky Buller, Joe Mullins, Noah Wall of TheBarefoot Movement, Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley and Tony Kamel.
Kansas State University Extension Livestock Market Economist, Dr. Glynn Tonsor describes the rising cost of grain in feed lots.
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USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, discusses the recent heat wave in the Deep South and its impacts on corn during a vital stage of crop development.
Rhonda Vincent, the “All-American Bluegrass Girl,” shares her fascinating journey, from learning to play the mandolin on short-notice at the age of eight to membership in the Grand Ole Opry.
If you are a bluegrass music fan, we have the perfect new show for you! The Bluegrass Music Hall Of Fame and Museum has created a thirteen-episode series called My Bluegrass Story.