Posts in category "bluegrass"

Chicago Bluegrass: Q & A with The Grasstronauts Guitarist Lee Syrjanen

Chicago Bluegrass: Q & A with The Grasstronauts Guitarist Lee Syrjanen
It’s funny that the city of Chicago is actually a bluegrass-laden village of love.  Well, it always feels that way when you’re at a bluegrass show at least.  Everyone knows each other, at least for those hours, and everyone’s celebrating one mutual friend: the music, as we forget the day’s troubles and give into carefree... Read more »

Top Five Reasons to Catch Railroad Earth this Friday 1/25 at House of Blues in Chicago

Top Five Reasons to Catch Railroad Earth this Friday 1/25 at House of Blues in Chicago
In this modern era of tweeting, poking, and cropping out loved ones, it is a true rarity to get someone on the phone and really chat.  Sure, there are a few exceptions to this, namely gossipy women, crisis hotlines, and formerly Mrs. Cleo, but in 2013, my Godmother texts me “Happy Birthday.”  And it’s not... Read more »

5 Last Minute Gifts for your Music-Loving Parents

5 Last Minute Gifts for your Music-Loving Parents
The most difficult person to buy gifts for is always your parents. (Especially if, like me, you know absolutely nothing about them despite having shared a home with them the duration of your formative years.) But, when you enter adulthood, you realize that a paisley tie for dad and a two sentence card hand-made from... Read more »
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