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Sierra Hull – Daybreak
A review of Sierra Hull's newest release Daybreak

Silent Night - the History and Lyrics
Silent Night was first written in 1816 by Josef Mohr, a priest in Austria. The music was composed by his organist, Franz Gruber.

Songs of Labor
The efforts of labor have been celebrated in song throughout the world. Here are some fine labor tunes in folk music traditions.

Songs of the Mines
Songs that honor mine workers.

Songs of the Unions
Compelling songs about the struggle between the unions and company ownership.

South West Louisiana Celebrates Mardi Gras
South West Louisiana remains rich with Cajun culture. Here Mardi Gras continues to be celebrated with deep seated traditions.

Sun and Heat Safety at Outdoor Festivals
With Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in New York less then a week away and many other festivals across the country drawing people to festival grounds, it seems appropriate to talk about safety issues to ensure having a great summer festival experience.

T Broussard at the German Club
T Broussard continues to tour outside LA with is Zydeco show. Don´t miss a chance to dance to his groove.

The Amazing People of Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival
Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival is more than a festival to it's patrons, it's a community that grows from the roots up each year in July.

The Bee Eaters
The inspired sounds of uncommon stringed instruments is featured in this first release by The Bee Eaters.

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