Friday, July 25, 2008

Knee-Deep In Bluegrass Playlist

Theme-Knee-Deep In Bluegrass-Terry Baucom

Happy Go Lucky-Grascals

Prisoner of the Highway-Don Rigsby

(Bluegrass News)

Heads You Win, Tails I Lose-Dan Tyminski

Won't Be Coming Back-Infamous Stringdusters

Angeline-Blue Moon Rising

Dust On The Bible-Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice

Moneyland-Del McCoury Band

Bringing In The Georgia Mail-Sam Bush

Ghost In This House-Marty Raybon

John & Mary-IIIrd Tyme Out

(Vintage Vault) Country Gentlemen

Amelia Earhart (1968) / Teach Your Children (1970)

I Gotta Start Somewhere-Rhonda Vincent

40 Acres and a Fool-Del McCoury Band

Spotlight-Junior Sisk

I Did The Leaving For You / Little Bit of This, Little Bit of That

Keep On Walkin'-Grascals

My First Mistake-Alecia Nugent

The Trouble With The Truth-Randy Kohrs

The Old Spinning Wheel-Bryan Sutton

(Concert) Mountain Heart

While The Gettings Good / Road That Never Ends

Cold Virginia Rain-Josh Williams

Theme-Knee-Deep In Bluegrass-Terry Baucom

Thanks for listening!~CB

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Coot Williams Road Bluegrass Festival

My thanks to John and Linda Hunsucker of the Catawba Valley Music Revival for inviting me to take part in the First Annual Coot Williams Road Bluegrass Festival in Cherryville, NC.  It was all great...the venue, food, music and people!  I would like to invite you to visit their website to learn more about the organization and future events there.  Hunter Berry of Rhonda Vincent & The Rage took time to visit with me for a few minutes.~CB

Meet Max

The family has a new pet.  He has been with us about a month now and is fitting in quite well.  He is a fury, gray kitten we have named Max.  Terry and I found him along Highway 421; well actually he found us.  There were no houses was a busy highway....and we couldn't leave him there.  We decided we needed to find him a home...and we did...Ours!  Ironically, 'Honky Cat' by Elton John was playing in car when we pulled up.  We put him in the backseat and he immediately came to front and crawled onto Terry's lap and started to purr.  Odie and Max play very well together.  In fact, Odie thinks he got a new toy when Max moved in.  Max likes to lay at the top of the couch when Terry plays banjo.  Terry and I collect 'Fire King' pieces.  When I was photographing a pair of cups I had recently found, Max sneaked into the picture!~CB

Red White and Bluegrass was Awesome!

I was invited to host the stage at the 2008 Red White and Bluegrass Festival that took place July 1-4.  It was an incredible 4 days of Bluegrass Music in Morganton, NC.  The festival was FREE to the public---presented by the Morganton Recreation and Parks Dept., Gary Leonhardt, Director. Gary's staff and volunteers are to be congratulated on the wonderful event that ran so smoothly.  Talent included: Larry Sparks, The Grascals, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Mountain Heart, Grasstowne, Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice, JD Crowe & The New South, Cherryholmes, Lost & Found, Bradley Walker and more!  In addition to the great music on stage, it was so nice to get to talk with friends and fans of "Knee-Deep In Bluegrass".  Thanks to everyone who came by the booth to say 'hello'.  It was a treat for Terry to visit with two of this former bandmates from when he was a teenager---L.W. Lambert and Herb Lambert of The Blue River Boys.  Enjoy the photo.  "Knee-Deep In Bluegrass" has already been asked to be part of the 2009 Red White and Bluegrass Festival.  Mark your calendars and come be part of the fun!~CB

Friday, July 18, 2008

Del McCoury Band Visits Studio

(Jason, Ronnie, Alan, John Boy, Cindy, Del, Billy, Rob)

The Del McCoury Band was recently in Charlotte to promote "Moneyland"-the latest release on McCoury Music.  We had a fun visit.  They performed 4 cuts for us live...'Moneyland' and '40 Acres and a Fool' from the new CD and also 'Dry My Tears and Move On' and "What Made Milwaukee Famous'.  Thanks to Del & The Boys (and Jean!) for coming by!~CB

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Playlist-Knee-Deep In Bluegrass

Blue Side of the Blueridge-Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice

I Don't Know-Cherryholmes

Baptism of Jesse Taylor-Long View

Benny McCoy-Alan O'Bryant

Low Water Bridge-Rick Allred

Home Above-Marty Raybon

Come Back Darlin'-Bluegrass Album Band

Would You Go With Me-Shawn Camp

I Haven't Seen Mary In Years-James Monroe

Touch of the Master's Hand-Glen Duncan with Eddie Stubbs

Vintage Vault-FLATT & SCRUGGS

I'll Never Shed Another Tear (1950)

No Mother or Dad (1950)

Little Bit of This, Little Bit of That-Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice

Don't You Call My Name-Dailey & Vincent


Alison's Band / The Silver Bugle

Long List of Heartaches-Grascals

You Remind Me of the Blues-Seldom Scene

I Wonder-Infamous Stringdusters


North Carolina Breakdown / Back Up and Push

Life of a Travelin' Man-Blue Highway

Thanks for listening!~CB

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

More From Bristol

(above) Matt DeSpain & Terry
(below) Terry, Charlie Sizemore & Barry Crabtree
Charlie Sizemore Band
Kenny & Amanda Smith Band
John Pennell & Bauc

Earhart Music Festival Pictures

Terry and me
The Bolt Brothers
Charlie Sizemore Band
Kenny & Amanda Smith Band

Monday, July 7, 2008

Knee-Deep In Bluegrass Playlist

Moneyland-Del McCoury Band
When You're Lonely-Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder

Jesse & Me-Carl Jackson with Keith Whitley
Travelin' The Lonesome Road-Balsam Range
New Sunday School-Kenny Smith
Della & The Dealer-Kruger Brothers

There Is A Time-Rodney Dillard & Ricky Skaggs w/NGDB
Cowboys & Indians-Bill Emerson
In Bristol Town-John Cowan
Showboat Gambler-JD Crowe & The New South

Vintage Vault:  Sonny Miller / Earl Taylor
Stoney Creek-Sonny Miller
Foggy Mountain Top-Earl Taylor

40 Acres and a Fool-Del McCoury Band
Colleen Malone-Hot Rize

SPOTLIGHT:  Carl Jackson
How's The World Treating You-Alison Krauss & James Taylor
Hold Your Horses-Carl Jackson

Four Wheel Drive-Ronnie Bowman
Heaven Sent-Steel Drivers
Call Me The Breeze-Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time

Concert:  Pickin' at the Paramount
That Ole Book of Mine-Terry Eldredge & Mike Bub
Fiddle Patch-Bobby Hicks

Knock, Knock-Dan Tyminski Band
Knee-Deep In Bluegrass-Terry Baucom

Thanks for listening!~CB