Musicianship that stupefies and songs that spin stories using banjos, acoustic guitars, mandolins, fiddles and dobros. From its old-timey roots in Appalachia and the front porches of rural Kentucky and Tennessee, to the urban stylings of newgrass, it's a bit of folk, country, jazz and blues all combined together in dazzling pickin' and sweet vocal harmonies. You're guaranteed to hear many of the finest songs of the genre performed by such phenomenal artists like Alison Krauss, Bela Fleck, Ricky Skaggs, Nickel Creek, Doc Watson and Bill Monroe.

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Bill Monroe

The Stanley Brothers

Rhonda Vincent

The Grascals

Earl Scruggs

Lester Flatt

Donna Ulisse

The Del McCoury Band

Tony Rice



Good Enough
The South
Doug Flowers Favorites
Swept Away (ft. Alison Brown, Becky Buller, Molly Tuttle & Sierra Hull)
Swept Away
Forever And A Day
Goodbye Bonnie
Sounds of Kentucky Grass
Sad And Lonesome Day
Epilogue: A Tribute to John Duffey
Let Her Go
The Travelin' McCourys
You've Got To Righten That Wrong
On That Other Green Shore
The Hills And Home
Hills And Home
Midnight 402
Deep Water