Every morning I receive an email from Carl Carlson, containing a link to a video of a bluegrass artist or song. I have been receiving these every morning for the past 12 months. I have learned so much about early bluegrass band lineups and enjoyed so many tunes and songs, some of which I had never heard prior. It has all been thanks to Bluegrass on the Tube.
Somewhat similar to the Australian Bluegrass Blog, Bluegrass On The Tune is a labour of love. It’s an attempt to share bluegrass music with as many people as possible by Carl Carlson. Congratulations Carl may there be many more morning posts in my email’s In Box.
If you haven’t already subscribed, I’d encourage you to do so. It’s entertaining, it’s also educational, and free.
Putting together the web site has been great fun and truly a labor of love.Â I have received many emails from subscribers expressing thanks for the videos, sometimes sharing stories of artists they know personally or events they have attended.Â What has been most surprising and gratifying is the worldwide response to the site and to bluegrass music.Â Fans come from all over the globe. Â It seems bluegrass music and good memories goÂ well together.
In appreciation, I do my best to make sure the catalogue offers only the best of the best bluegrass music videos available. It is a pleasure providing you with the daily emails and free music. Please help share the fun by telling others about Bluegrass On The Tube.
It was created specifically for the entertainment of bluegrass fans (like you) and “friends” of bluegrass fans – Carl Carlson, Bluegrass On The Tube.
How fitting it is to have this morning’s Bluegrass On The Tube post feature a film clip extract of the movie that has turned more heads towards bluegrass and old time music that any other. ‘Oh Brother Where Art Thou.’