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February 11, 2022 Issue
 
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THE JAMS ARE BACK!!!

See you at The Manor THIS Wednesday, February 16th at 6:30pm

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From Wikipedia:
In 1958, guitarist/vocalist John Herald formed The Greenbriar Boys, along with Bob Yellin (banjo) and Eric Weissberg (fiddle, mandolin, banjo). Weissberg was soon replaced by Paul Prestopino, who, in turn was later replaced by Ralph Rinzler (mandolin) to form their most successful combination.The trio often played the Greenwich Villages scene, but were good enough to be the first northern group to win the Union Grove Fiddlers' Competition, where Yellin also took top honors for banjo. Want to learn more about the Greenbriar Boys? Read Andy's article here.

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New Trivia Question

Here's a chance to put your bluegrass brain to the test.  We have some pretty smart and knowledgable members out there. Are you able to take a crack at Dick Bowden's latest challenge?

Todd Evans Wins January 28 Contest

David Chernack's Playlist

Then and Now: Bill Monroe

We all know, by now, that the Father of Bluegrass Music is Bill Monroe. He does hold that title. David has put together some of his favorite songs into one excellent playlist. Listen up and you might discover one that is new to you.

Grey Fox 2022 Lineup is Here!

What great, great news!!! Read all about it here.
Bummer nothing to report now though stay tuned…we are hopeful.

Check out all upcoming bluegrass events in our area!

* The listings in Red are HVBA Sponsored Events

 

Feb 11:     Eugene Tyler Band at Dogwood
Feb 12:     Corey Zink's Classic Country Roadshow
Feb 16:     HVBA Open Jam
Feb 17:     Bearsville Theater Bluegrass Supper Series
Feb 25:     Eugene Tyler Band at Rockwood Music Hall
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