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good online bluegrass

Postby zedzedtop » Sat Mar 26, 2011 1:35 am

91.7 in my area, Bluegrass Signal (Saturday, 6:30-8):

http://www.kalw.org/music.html#

94.1 Panhandle Country / Pig in a Pen (Sunday, 3-5pm):

http://www.kpfa.org/programgrid

Archived for a couple weeks. If you like world music / odd stuff, Tangents, after Bluegrass Signal, is really good. Don't stop listening just because there is one song you don't like. Some simply amazing and varied stuff on that show.
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Re: good online bluegrass

Postby mort4 » Sat Mar 26, 2011 10:50 am

Great stations :8) Thank-you for that.
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Re: good online bluegrass

Postby lateralus » Sun Mar 27, 2011 9:29 pm

Locally we have 98.1 out of Galax Va. Lots of old and current bluegrass after 8 pm. My wife thinks I am nuts but I love it.
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Re: good online bluegrass

Postby Mangamahu Moonshine » Sat Sep 08, 2012 10:04 pm

there's a sort of simple honesty to bluegrass that makes it difficult not to appreciate!
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Re: good online bluegrass

Postby Kapea » Mon Sep 10, 2012 12:45 am

Streaming radio stations have supplanted broadcast and satellite radio for me. Every genre imaginable is available.

I still enjoy listening to my shortwave receiver though. Must be the geezer in me... :roll:
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Re: good online bluegrass

Postby Squint » Tue Sep 11, 2012 12:40 pm

zedzedtop wrote:91.7 in my area, Bluegrass Signal (Saturday, 6:30-8):

http://www.kalw.org/music.html#

94.1 Panhandle Country / Pig in a Pen (Sunday, 3-5pm):

http://www.kpfa.org/programgrid

Archived for a couple weeks. If you like world music / odd stuff, Tangents, after Bluegrass Signal, is really good. Don't stop listening just because there is one song you don't like. Some simply amazing and varied stuff on that show.

love Bluegrass

I'm sitting here in the UK listening on the PC to KLW Peter Thompson Bluegarss Signal and it's Tuesday 7.35pm

thanks for the links, just love Bluegrass :8) :D
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Re: good online bluegrass

Postby zedzedtop » Tue Sep 11, 2012 8:53 pm

Squint wrote:
zedzedtop wrote:91.7 in my area, Bluegrass Signal (Saturday, 6:30-8):

http://www.kalw.org/music.html#

94.1 Panhandle Country / Pig in a Pen (Sunday, 3-5pm):

http://www.kpfa.org/programgrid

Archived for a couple weeks. If you like world music / odd stuff, Tangents, after Bluegrass Signal, is really good. Don't stop listening just because there is one song you don't like. Some simply amazing and varied stuff on that show.

love Bluegrass

I'm sitting here in the UK listening on the PC to KLW Peter Thompson Bluegarss Signal and it's Tuesday 7.35pm

thanks for the links, just love Bluegrass :8) :D



You should look up Dave Hum's youtube channel. He's a U.K. banjo player.
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Re: good online bluegrass

Postby Squint » Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:40 am

bigwheel wrote:Blue Grass is great. So is country. Here is my hands down favorite. HPR 1. http://www.hpr.org/loudcity/hpr1/hpr1wmp.asx

yup I like it :8)
its playing away on Media Player

ir's great when your retired, wife's gone out shopping and I sit here at 2.30pm listening to country/Bluegrass, :rkn: :D

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Re: good online bluegrass

Postby Mangamahu Moonshine » Tue Oct 30, 2012 2:02 am

I thrash Old Crow Medicine Show and Del McCoury Band so anything new in bluegrass is awesome. Got some local bands I play too but New Zealand bluegrass ain't quite the same lol
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