Thanks for visiting us. This site aims to keep Australian Bluegrass fans in touch with what’s happening in the bluegrass music scene globally but more importantly what’s going on with Bluegrass Music in Australia. Contributions may be made by anyone from anywhere. Advertising your public event is free. Send notices via our “Contact Us” page.
Thanks to the many people who have been in touch to date, providing us with news items, alerted us to stories, festival happenings, new CD’s, jam sessions and the like. We greatly appreciate your support.
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This site is generously hosted and supported by our Australian based sponsor Comstar Internet Services, They have supported us non-stop for the past 20 years. Comstar provides email service, inexpensive website hosting and inexpensive domain name registration and website development. All of which is vital support with unfailing professional service. Give them a try, you’ll be surprised.
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About the Editor:
My name is Gregory McGrath and I live on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia. My love of bluegrass music started back in 1978 when I lived and worked in Mount Isa. I heard the 5-string banjo and got hooked. I have been playing bluegrass music (guitar and banjo) since that time.
I also run bluegrass jam camps here in Australia using the famous Wernick Method devised by Hot Rise member Pete Wernick.
I started AustralianBluegrass.com to provide Australian bluegrass aficionados a clearing house for news of artists and events which may be of interest. I hope you enjoy the visit – Greg.