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For Bluegrass Fans, Kentucky Offers a Commonwealth of Tourist Attractions
LifestyleSep 16, 2022

Can I Eat This? is a brand new series from accomplished singer-songwriter and avid forager Sean Rowe. In each episode, Rowe is joined by a different musical guest with whom he ventures out into woods surrounding the artfully designed grounds of AutoCamp’s Catskills resort where wild food abounds. In addition to finding, harvesting, and preparing…

For Bluegrass Fans, Kentucky Offers a Commonwealth of Tourist Attractions
LifestyleApr 30, 2020

This shoot happened just a few days after venues began closing and tours were being cancelled due to the coronavirus. Lilly Hiatt and I decided to continue, holing up in an empty venue called Drkmttr Collective here in Nashville by ourselves for a few hours. (You can support Drkmttr's GoFundMe to help keep them afloat,…

For Bluegrass Fans, Kentucky Offers a Commonwealth of Tourist Attractions
LifestyleMar 13, 2020

This is Sarah Quintana, singer/guitarist in Michael Doucet’s new solo project, Lâcher-Prise, and I love being a tourist in my own hometown, New Orleans. Michael and I met one Mardi Gras day, following a brass band through the French Quarter. Music is everywhere! Cajun and zydeco dancing, good Creole cooking and historic scenes. Here are…

For Bluegrass Fans, Kentucky Offers a Commonwealth of Tourist Attractions
LifestyleFeb 26, 2020

I had never met Charley Crockett before, though a list of our mutual friends would be long -- and would span the country.  I first heard his music on NPR a year or so back and was struck by his style and voice. I figured I was picking up a soon-to-be new friend as I drove…

For Bluegrass Fans, Kentucky Offers a Commonwealth of Tourist Attractions
LifestyleFeb 7, 2020

Welcome to Gig Bag, a BGS feature that peeks into the touring essentials of some of our favorite artists. This time around, Jeremy Garrett details the items he always has nearby when out on the road. The main thing I take on the road in my gig bag is some reusable utensils and a water…