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From Blue Grass to ‘Purple Rain,’ Bean Blossom Fest Celebrates 50 Years of Influence

Even before Bill Monroe's first “Blue Grass Celebration” in 1967, Bean Blossom, Indiana, was a home to the style of music Monroe created. Fifty years later, it’s still considered the cradle of bluegrass music. As writer Samantha Eibling tells it, Monroe’s — and Bean Blossom’s — influence reaches far and wide. Click here to read the full story.

Shuffle: ‘Hang On to Yourself’ by David Bowie

In his second “Shuffle,” Limestone Post columnist Brad Wilhelm spins David Bowie’s “Hang On to Yourself” and learns that “tone” — even more than technical proficiency — can be a hard-rock guitarist’s salvation. With a little help from his bandmates, his trusted guitars, and the ghost of Bowie guitarist Mick Ronson, Wilhelm emerges from a “dark” time and finds happiness in “a fearsome noise.” Click here to read the full story.

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