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22396
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Bluegrass is an integral part of the music history of Western North Carolina. The music has changed very little over the decades, but that has not diminished its popularity. The music still carries the themes of the simple folk and the trials and tribulations they face, as well as harkening back to a time when life was much different. Stith discusses some of the older and the newer, emerging musicians.
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28541
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Traditional music in North Carolina has been highlighted for excellence and authenticity for years. The history of traditional, old-time, and bluegrass music in Western North Carolina's mountains is detailed. Notable musicians, revolutionary playing styles and innovations, and the music’s origins in Africa, England, Ireland, and Scotland are noted.
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29603
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For decades, Steve Martin has evolved and diversified his career, finding a refuge in bluegrass of late. In an interview with Martin, he discusses his banjo playing, song writing, life in Asheville, and his band the Steep Canyon Rangers.
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