Various - Wheatland 1978 Festival (Old Time & Bluegrass) album
Take's Bluegrass Album Channel. 3:18 B1 - I Think We're Livin' In The Good Old Days 2:35 B2 - Greener Pastures 2:30 B3 - Sweet Hour Of Prayer 3:56 B4 - I Wonder Where You Are Tonight 2:38 B5 - You Took All The Ramblin' Out Of Me 2:55 B6 - Uncle Billy Play Your Fiddle For Me 2:59.
모. Title appears on the spine as "The Old Time Banjo Festival" but without the initial article on the disc or booklet.
The Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album is an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for quality works (songs or albums) in the bluegrass music genre.
First Wheatland Music Festival (Wheatland Bluegrass Festival, one day event on August 24th at The Rhode Family Farm, just East of Remus, MI). Benefit for the Mount Pleasant Food Co-op (now GreenTree Cooperative Grocery, Mt. Pleasant, MI. Information tent was born: rented from the Beal City Knights of Colombus. Old-time, folk, country & gospel added. Community Education activities begin. The first Wheatland Stage built using wood and timbers from the 1883 Bauman/Wernette Farm barn.
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Old-time fiddler Jake Krack and Folkways archivist Jeff Place compiled and annotated this collection of vintage Southern Appalachian string band music from the Smithsonian archives. Clark Kessinger, Wade Ward, Tommy Jarrell, Marion Sumner, Gaither Carlton, Eck Robertson, Melvin Wine, and many more old-time fiddle masters play their signature sounds from the heart of Appalachia. RELATED LESSON PLAN "A New Day for Old Time Music from the South".
The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Bluegrass, Old Time, Celtic, and Country. Request information our programs. Welcome to the home of Bluegrass, Old Time, Celtic, and Country Music Studies in higher education! Founded in 1982 by Jack Tottle, Bluegrass, Old Time, and Country Music Studies at East Tennessee State University is the oldest established program of its kind at any four-year institution. If you are interested in working toward a degree in another profession, perhaps our minor in Bluegrass, Old Time, and Country Music Studies will be a more suitable option. Non-degree students also are welcome to register for any courses that might be of personal interest.
The Wheatland Music Festival takes place every September during the weekend after Labor Day in Wheatland Township, Mecosta County, Michigan. Kitchen services for the annual Wheatland Music Festival are provided by Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination and the Happy Farmer Food Co-op as well as other local fundraising groups. The dates for the 2007 Wheatland Music Festival are September 7th, 8th, and 9th. Performers By Year.
|A1||–Martin, Bogan & Armstrong||Lady Be Good|
|A2||–Falls Creek Ramblers||Baby Take A Dream|
|A3||–Swamp Cats||Little Rabbit|
|A4||–The Hot Mud Family||Somewhere Down Below The Dixon Line|
|A5||–The Henry Brothers||Big Scioty|
|A6||–The Red Clay Ramblers||Yellow Rose Of Texas|
|A7||–Jay Ungar||Midnight On The Water|
|B1||–Cornlickers||Lil Stream Of Whiskey|
|B2||–Lost World String Band||Moving Day|
|B3||–Joel Mabus||Banjo Medley|
|B5||–Red Clay Ramblers*||Blarney Pilgrim|
|B6||–Martin, Bogan & Armstrong||Loved You A Long Time|
- Record Company – Wheatland Music Corporation
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Dave MacPherson
Notes1979 Wheatland Music Corporation, Remus, Mi.
Recorded and mixed by Dave Macpherson
Special thanks to Bruce Kaplan