Bluegrass Music’s Authoritative Radio Home
The Bluegrass Review is a one-hour weekly radio program for public, commercial and internet radio stations. There is no charge to the station for broadcasting the Bluegrass Review. More than 80 stations across the United States present the Bluegrass Review.
What makes the Bluegrass Review “Up to date and down to earth”? Host Phil Nusbaum programs Bluegrass classics as well as the current wave. His commentary on style, lyrics or other musical features links the songs together.
Bluegrass fans are passionate about key Bluegrass figures and they want to know more about the evolution of the style. Phil includes produced segments and in-depth interviews, adding the insiders’ point of view to the bluegrass experience.
The Bluegrass Review creates several narrative threads throughout a given broadcast, so that there is plenty of variety. The show accommodates the typical pattern of listening to radio, about 15 minutes at a time, with multiple themes.
Some places to visit at www.bluegrassreview.com:
Future Shows – provides capsule previews of the next few weeks’ shows
Playlists – gives you the artist and label information about songs played on the Bluegrass Review. Beneath the playlists for specific shows, see the links for artists interviewed, as well as the list of supporters.
Supporters - check out these folks who make Bluegrass Review possible!
For more information about broadcasting the Bluegrass Review, contact: Phil Nusbaum, firstname.lastname@example.org.