North Carolina-based Sideline will have top billing at the Greater Wyalusing Chamber of Commerce’s A Day of Bluegrass on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Grovedale Winery with performances at 4 and 8 pm. Submitted Article The Greater Wyalusing Chamber of Commerce (GWCC) is bringing bluegrass music back to Wyalusing with an
The NEPA Bluegrass Festival will return to Lazy Brook Park in Tunkhannock from Thursday to Sunday, June 2 to 5. More than a dozen traditional and progressive bluegrass bands will be featured on two stages. Headliners this year include Marty Raybon and Full Circle (top), the Spinney Brothers from Canada
Featured acts at the NEPA Bluegrass Festival in Tunkhannock, PA, this summer will range from regional acts like Driftwood (top) from Binghampton, NY, to international bluegrass stars like the Spinney Brothers (above) from Nova Scotia, Canada. The family-friendly event will run from June 2 to 5. The NEPA Bluegrass Festival returns
Binghamton-based Driftwood (top) has developed a strong allegiance of fans in Upstate New York and will make their debut at this year’s NEPA Bluegrass Festival. The Grammy-nominated Boxcars (above) will headline the four-day event, which will be held at Lazy Brook Park, east of Tunkhannock the last weekend of May.
Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Crowds gather in the twilight of a Friday evening for a performance by the BoxCars at NEPA Bluegrass, a three-day festival held at Lazybrook Park in Tunkhannock Township, Wyoming County last weekend. We are so fortunate to have a world-class bluegrass festival in our
Story by Rick Hiduk The Grammy-nominated Boxcars will headline at the 7th annual NEPA Bluegrass Festival at Lazy Brook Park, east of Tunkhannock over the last weekend of May. This year’s NEPA Bluegrass Festival, set for Thursday to Sunday, May 29 to June 1, will continue to honor the traditions of
Compiled by Rick Hiduk Having been a fan of country, bluegrass and folk music since I was a kid, I always had a tough time understanding the lines that divided them into marketable genres. Buck Owens, The Kingston Trio and Bob Dylan sounded good together, dropping one disc at a