The Bluegrass Standard April 2024

by | 4 Apr, 2024 | 0 comments

In this April edition, embark on a musical journey through Virginia, known as the state for music aficionados. Abington, nestled within the scenic Crooked Road, boasts the historic Barter Theatre, born in 1933, during the Great Depression. Meanwhile, Richmond hosts The National, a venerable establishment erected in 1923. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Carter Family Fold shares its captivating story as a nonprofit venue steeped in musical heritage.

The Bluegrass Standard April 2024Delve into the charm of boutique hospitality at the Nottingham in Wise and enjoy the theatrical offerings at the June Toliver Playhouse in Big Stone Gap. Explore three remarkable museums—the Crab Orchard Museum, the Blue Ridge Institute and Museum, and The Birthplace of Country Music Museum.

Indulge your palate with features on Coyote Hole Ciderworks and the culinary talents of Appalachian Chefs. Lastly, this issue honours the enduring legacy of Bluegrass Odyssey: A Documentary in Pictures and Words by Carl Fleischhauer and Neil V. Rosenberg.

Welcome to the melody-rich landscapes of Virginia—share this issue with friends and family so they, too, can dive into its vibrant offerings.

Read The Bluegrass Standard April 2024 edition here.


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