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NASHVILLE, TENN.–Bluegrass music’s premier indoor festival is just around the corner!  Bluegrass fans will want to reserve their tickets as soon as possible for IBMA‘s Bluegrass Fan Fest, scheduled for October 2-4, 2009, at the Nashville Convention Center. The star-studded grand finale of World of Bluegrass Week (Sept. 28 – Oct. 4) will present the talents of more than 60 phenomenal acts on three stages: the Main Stage, the Masters Workshop Stage and the Grand Master Fiddler Championship.

Fan Fest tickets are available for purchase at the festival gate. Three-day, single-day and student rated tickets will be available when ticket sales open on Friday, October 2, at 8 a.m. at the ticket sales center located inside the 601 Commerce Street entrance of the Nashville Convention Center.  Three-day tickets are $95, single-day tickets are $55 per day, and student tickets are $35 with ID.  Children under 16 are admitted free with paid adult admission.


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Dale Ann Bradley Live

  • In the E-zine: FolkWax is live with Dale Ann Bradley at the Station Inn.
  • On our News Page: Cuban Bassist Orlando ‘Cachaito’ Lopez Passes; Academy of Country Music Awards Nominations Announced; Grammy News; Oak Ridge Boys To Speak At SXSW; and more Facts For Folks!
  • On our Front Porch feature page: The new faces of Bluegrass are taking the world by storm. Evert Wilbrink takes a closer look at one of those rising stars in Cadillac Sky.
  • On the Pickin’ ‘n’ Grinnin’ page: Arthur Wood reviews Randy Meisner’s Love Me Or Leave Me Alone and Olson & Louris’ Ready For The Flood; Evert Wilbrink reviews Cherryholmes’ Don’t Believe; plus reviews of Doug MacLeod’s The Utrecht Sessions, the various artists recording Undone, and the Nouveaux Honkies’ Where Do I Go.
  • One Year Ago Today In FolkWax: FolkWax was “Sittin’ In with Eric Bibb.” Don Wilcock sat down with Bibb to find out more about Bibb and his CD, Get Onboard.
  • Don’t forget to play the Folklore Trivia Game: Remember, everyone who plays is in the drawing for the prize! This week’s prize: The vault has been tapped once again and we are giving away a ton of cool CDs. Play today for your chance at five CDs!

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Tickets are now on sale for the 2009 Roots and Music Festival at The Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds. The Festival will celebrate the heritage and traditional music of our mountains as well as contemporary acts in the Bluegrass, Folk, and Americana genres. Tickets are $18 on Friday, $27 on Saturday and $40 for a 2-Day pass. Advance 2-Day tickets are $36 until May 15th. The Festival also provides an informal Picking Pavilion throughout the weekend.

The Festival line-up includes top local, regional and national acts. On Friday, June 5th at 6 PM catch Buck and Nelson, Irons In The Fire, 2007 and 2008 IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year Dale Ann Bradley and legendary Progressive Bluegrass pioneers The Seldom Scene.

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