Here is the last issue of The Bluegrass Standard fort 2022.
We are always a bit sentimental as we close out another year. Serving our bluegrass and roots artists and the communities supporting them has always been our mission at the Bluegrass Standard. Establishing ourselves as a nonprofit organization at the close of 2022 will allow us to do much more for you in 2023 and beyond. From all of us at The Bluegrass Standard Magazine, Merry Christmas – The Bluegrass Standard.
The feature story this month is a book review. The book by John McEuen (Will The Circle Revisited) features Doc Watson, Merle Travis, Earl Scruggs, “Mother” Maybelle and the Carter Family, Roy Acuff, Jimmy Martin, and Vassar Clements.
Other stories include: Dead Winter Carpenters tell you how they keep music light and fun, New Legacy shares how their hard work and dedication paid off, and The Cincinnati Washboards keep their bluegrass beat going on with a washboard.
Mechanical Licensing Collective tells you how and why they have your back in the hardcore music business, and Tomorrow’s Bluegrass Star John Martin shares his discovery of music during COVID-19.
Finally, this December issue with cool Appalachian gift ideas. But above all, have a joyful, family-filled, friend-filled, fun-filled holiday season.