Posts tagged with "RICKY SKAGGS"

Video & Web-Exclusive Interview Walt Wilkins

Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Artist:  WALT WILKINS Video:  “Poetry” – Concerts from Blue Rock LIVE TINA & WALT WILKINS FEATURED AT BLUE ROCK ALIVE! VIRTUAL SUMMER CONCERT SERIES Tina & Walt Wilkins will be the featured artist this Thursday (July 23) at Blue Rock aLIVE!—a unique virtual summer concert series—featuring iconic Austin-based artists every Thursday this summer. Blue Rock is a good example of innovation,... 

Bonnaroo 2019 Photography by Jeff Fasano

Bonnaroo 2019 Photography by Jeff Fasano   Ricky Skaggs and Steve Earle   Jim James   Nahko Bear   The Molly Tuttle Band  Read More →

Bonnaroo 2019 with Photographer Jeff Fasano

Bonnaroo 2019 with Photographer Jeff Fasano   Grand Ole Opry Ricky Skaggs and Steve Earle   Grand Ole Opry  Molly Tuttle   Grand Ole Opry Ashley Monroe   Grand Ole Opry  Morgan Evans, Wendy Moten,  Ricky Skaggs  Read More →

Ricky Skaggs & Bruce Hornsby

Ricky Skaggs & Bruce Hornsby Two master musicians team up for an exhilarating bluegrass project Bluegrass has rules, and although Ricky Skaggs is very good at playing by those rules, he’s furthered his career by breaking them. A child prodigy, the virtuoso mandolinist and vocalist detoured from the genre in the 1980s and early ’90s into mainstream country, scoring nearly a dozen No. 1 hits and a shelf full of Grammys. But it was Skaggs’... 


ASHLEY MONROE HOMETOWN: Knoxville, Tenn. INFLUENCES: Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris,Patsy Cline ALBUM: Like a Rose, out now WEBSITE: A publishing deal as a Nashville songwriter helped Ashley Monroe land a major record deal in 2006. Although the deal fell through, she remained undaunted, scoring cuts with Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood, collaborating with the Raconteurs, Ricky Skaggs and Trent Dabbs, and lending her voice to projects... 


RICKY SKAGGS Country Hits Bluegrass Style [Skaggs Family] In the 1980s, Ricky Skaggs ruled the country music roost, scoring 19 Top 10 hits—a whopping 11 of them chart-toppers—as the masses fleetingly embraced country traditionalism. Once radio lost interest, the man who had earned his stripes as a youth playing behind legends like Ralph Stanley returned to his native bluegrass and has remained there ever since. Now the Kentucky native and mandolin... 
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