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Bluegrass Associations - Other
Official associations located in other parts of the country and the world (other than southeastern United States) (17 links)
DC Bluegrass Union
Continuing in our mission of supporting and promoting the DC Area Bluegrass music scene.
International Bluegrass Music Museum
The official museum for Bluegrass music is located in Owensboro, Ky. Featuring music exhibits, rare photos, documentary films, The Video Oral History Project, The IBMA Hall of Honor, Record Store/Giftshop, Tours, Music lessons and their own festival ROMP June 23-25.
Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America
The corporate charter states that the goals of SPBGMA are:
To preserve the traditional spirit and art form of Bluegrass music,
To offer a management service for any community desiring to hold a Bluegrass festival,
To organize and conduct Bluegrass Band competitions,
In all SPBGMA sponsored events, instruments must be traditional acoustic instruments, no electrified instruments permitted,
To encourage professionalism in appearance and showmanship by the performers at SPBGMA events,
To encourage the support of various Bluegrass publications and associations.
Southern Wisconsin Bluegrass Music Association, Inc.
SWBMAI promotes bluegrass music in Wisconsin and the Midwest. Since itís founding as a non-profit organization in 1983, our membership has grown to several hundred pickers and fans from southern Wisconsin and neighboring states.
Musicians, performers, bands (41 links)
Independent Bluegrass Sites
This section of links includes Web sites that are dedicated largely to Bluegrass music but that are not sites of official associations. (14 links)
Web destinations offering live Bluegrass music, podcasts, Webcasts -- any site whose primary purpose is to allow you to listen to Bluegrass music through your browser and speakers! (6 links)
This group of links includes Web sites for publications dedicated to Bluegrass music. (9 links)
Internet Discussion Groups
Internet discussion groups provide Bluegrass afficionados with the opportunity to communicate with like-minded fans throughout the world. (5 links)
This links section includes venues that offer Bluegrass performances and other events. Includes auditoriums, music halls, festival parks, restaurants, clubs, etc. (14 links)
Record label company, recording services, vendors of recording equipment and supplies. (8 links)
People who teach; instructional resources (15 links)
Anything that doesn't fit in any other category. (20 links)