The Bluegrass Standard has released it February issue.
In the February edition, Dave, Josh, and John Gooding share their musical evolution as a family band and as individual artists in other bluegrass bands.
Jeff and Sheri Easter, who grew up in Gospel music families, tell their story about developing their family band and becoming a husband and wife duo.
Dean Hopper, the lead vocalist for The Hoppers, a multi-award-winning Southern Gospel group, reveals his journey to the stage at Carnegie Hall, presidential inauguration events, and churches nationwide.
The Ebony Hillbillies talk about performing to evoke the spirit of joy and create an emotional, musical experience for their attendees and listeners.
Four-time Grammy Award-winning musician Andy Leftwich opens the door to his Grand Ole Opry appearance as a solo artist and playing fiddle with Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder.
The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys open the doors of their bus to take you on a fun-filled musical ride. Finally, you’ll dig into some delectable potluck and covered dishes, perfect for a gathering on the church grounds. And that’s the Gospel truth.
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