Jennifer Ramm brings you two hours of the best in bluegrass and related music. With roots in Celtic, country, folk and blues, bluegrass has a rich heritage that continues to grow thanks to a new generation of gifted musicians.
From masters like Bill Monroe and Flatt & Scruggs to contemporary artists like Alison Krauss and Ricky Skaggs, from rock-ribbed traditional to boldly progressive, from Del McCoury to the Infamous Stringdusters, you'll hear it all on Bluegrass Breakdown. We'll also tell you about festivals, concerts, and jams coming up in our area.
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