To try out the new site's posting apparatus, here is some more Bluegrass. First off some classic Bluegrass care of Jimmy Martin:
Next up some some recent bluegrass from Sierra Hull once more. The instrumentation is pretty sparse, without a full band, but I rather like these stripped-down performances. Read more about Site upgrade bluegrass
Since I just came across them over the last week, I thought I'd highlight a couple of former child prodigies (adult prodigies now?) on the bluegrass scene. I don't keep up with contemporary music, especially not the autotuned and overcompressed current pop music. So I was delighted to find out about these two.
First up is Sierra Hull. She's insanely good with the mandolin. You can find some videos on youtube of her when she was 11 playing with folks like Sam Bush and Alison Krauss. Nowadays she's also singing and writing songs. The video below is of an instrumental bluegrass composition of hers, which to me sounds like an instant classic. But her singing is also not to be missed. Read more about Bluegrass for the soul