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Rhiannon Giddens and American Music

Rhiannon Giddens, who turned 41 last Wednesday, is a singer, violinist and banjo player. Here is a cut and paste from Wikipedia’s list of the genres she plays: “Folk, Old-Time music, Bluegrass, Country, Gospel, Blues, Jazz, soul, R&B, Celtic, Americana.” In other...

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Rhiannon Giddens and American Music

Rhiannon Giddens, who turned 41 last Wednesday, is a singer, violinist and banjo player. Here is a cut and paste from Wikipedia’s list of the genres she plays: “Folk, Old-Time music, Bluegrass, Country, Gospel, Blues, Jazz, soul...

Roy_Acuff, a giant of country music, at Ryman auditorium
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The Grand Ole Opry and The Foggy Mountain Boys

One of the most important institutions of country music – and, therefore, American music – is the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. It’s a weekly performance and radio show with a fascinating history. The Grand Ole Opry was founded by George D. Hay...

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Rhiannon Giddens and American Music

Rhiannon Giddens, who turned 41 last Wednesday, is a singer, violinist and banjo player. Here is a cut and paste from Wikipedia’s list of the genres she plays: “Folk, Old-Time music, Bluegrass, Country, Gospel, Blues, Jazz, soul...

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Rhiannon Giddens and American Music

Rhiannon Giddens, who turned 41 last Wednesday, is a singer, violinist and banjo player. Here is a cut and paste from Wikipedia’s list of the genres she plays: “Folk, Old-Time music, Bluegrass, Country, Gospel, Blues, Jazz, soul, R&B, Celtic, Americana.” In other...

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Roy_Acuff, a giant of country music, at Ryman auditorium
Country

The Grand Ole Opry and The Foggy Mountain Boys

One of the most important institutions of country music – and, therefore, American music – is the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. It’s a weekly performance and radio show with a fascinating history. The Grand Ole Opry was founded by George D. Hay in November, 1925 as a one-hour barn...

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