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Artist Song
Alan Bibey Do What You Want To Do
Alison Krauss & Union Station Sawing On The Strings
Audie Blaylock & Redline Sunny Side Of The Mountain
Balsam Range Trains I Missed
Best Of Bluegrass (IBMA Winners) Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms
Bill Monroe & the Blue Grass Boys Blue Moon Of Kentucky
Blue Moon Rising
Bluegrass Album Band Right Back Where I Started Again
Bluegrass All Stars Bury Me Beneath The Willow
Coolgrass I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
Country Gazette Saro Jane
Dailey & Vincent Do you know you are my Sunshine
Dailey & Vincent I'll Go To My Grave Loving You
Dailey & Vincent Land of Canaan
Dan Paisley & Southern Grass My home's across the Blueridge Mountains
Darin and Brooke Aldridge Corn
Darin and Brooke Aldridge Band Local Flowers
David Peterson & 1946 My Long Journey Home
David Peterson & Michael Cleveland Pass Me Not
Della Mae Blessed Hands
Doc Watson- Final Performance I'll Fly Away
Donna Ulisse Her Heart Is A Stone Hard Ground
Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver Tennessee Banjo Man
Gillian Welch and David Rawlings Red Clay Halo
Hunter Berry Wow Baby
James Reams & The Barnstormers Head Of The Holler
Janet Beazley Julia Belle
Jeanette Williams Band Get In The Boat
Jim Lauderdale This Is The Last Time (I'm Ever Gonna Hurt)
Josh Williams Band The Last Song
Karen Lynne Blue Mountain Rain
Karl Shiflett & Big Country Show Bluegrass Romp
Karl Shiflett & Big Country Show Misery Loves Company
Kenny Baker Dance With Me Kenny
Laurie Lewis Is The Blue Moon Still Shining?
Laurie Lewis Tall Pines
Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands Here Today
Lester Flatt & the Nashville Grass Bluebirds Singing For Me
Lonesome River Band Molly (Where's Your Man Tonight)
Lonesome River Band Money In The Bank
Lou Reid and Carolina Can't You Hear Me Calling
Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper Dark As The Night, Blue As The Day
Patty Loveless Busted
Patty Loveless Pretty Little Miss
Patty Loveless & Ricky Skaggs Daniel Prayed
Red Wine Across The Great Divide
Reeltime Travelers Halleluiah
Rhonda Vincent & The Rage Kentucky Borderline
Rhonda Vincent & The Rage When The Angels Sing
Rhonda Vincent and The Rage I Heard My Savour Calling Me
Ricky Skaggs & Friends Get Down On You Knees And Pray
Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out My Angeline
Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out Sugarfoot Rag
Sarah Jarosz Annabel Lee
Seldom Scene Lay Down Sally
Sharon White Mansion On The Hill
Skaggs & Rice Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies
Sleepy Man Banjo Boys Flint Hill Special
The Davidson Brothers Raised On The Road
The Gibson Brothers Sunny Side Of Life
The Grascals Today I Started Loving You Again
The Grascals with guest JD Crowe Sunny Side of The Mountain
The Grascals with Vince Gill Sad Wind Sighs
The New Tradition Washed In The Blood
The Pigs Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
The Spinney Brothers I Ain't Gonna Work Tomorrow
The Tony Rice Unit featuring Rhonda Vincent Drivin' Nails In My Coffin
Tommy Jarrell Let Me Fall
Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike Big Ole Train
Wayne Taylor & Appaloosa Two Kindred Hearts

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Before the advent of the Internet and online video the only reliable way to SEE bluegrass was to go to a live show.

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Alan Bibey: Do What You Want To Do

Alan Bibey (mandolin) sings this BlueRidge classic. Backed by Jr. Sisk (guitar, Alan Johnson (fiddle), Joey Cox (banjo) and Eddie Biggerstaff (bass)

Allan Bibey has been one of the most exciting, versatile and influential  mandolinists on the bluegrass scene since the early '80s. He first came to  attention with the New Quicksilver group, one of several progressive bluegrass  outfits which he helped start up. Another was IIIrd Tyme Out, and the mandolinist  also enjoyed stints with Lou Reid and Carolina and Blue Ridge, all of which  furthered his reputation considerably. In the late '90s he began moving even  further out front with groups such as Baucom, Bibey and Blueridge and Baucom,  Bibey, Graham and Haley. In 2002 he finally cut an entire project under his own  name, the wonderful In the Blue Room, released by the Sugar Hill label.,  featuring a plethora of talented guests including dobro player Jerry Douglas.

Bibey's status as a mandolinist that other mandolin players stare at and imitate  was obtained through extensive musical experience that has gone well beyond  simply jumping onstage with this or that hotshot combo. In the early '90s he was  based out of the atrocious beach community of Myrtle Beach, Virginia and  worked in the original cast of a country} music variety show entitled Southern  Country Nights. He could also be seen regularly on the Family Channel during  this period, playing not only on various country} music specials but on  commercials as well. In the mid '90s he was invited into the Young Mando  Monsters project with several other young upstarts, but also had the rich  experience of working with an elder statesman of the mandolin, Herschel  Sizemore. Bibey won two important awards from the International Bluegrass  Music Assocation in 2001 for instrumental recording of the year and recorded  event of the year. The following year he released an instructional video which  would replace the Bible in motel rooms if mandolinists ruled the world. The latter  development would certainly be something that bluegrass} fans would find to be  trilling--ouch!

Burns, Jethro ~ Eugene Chadbourneprogressive bluegrass} outfits which he  helped start up. Another was IIIrd Tyme Out, and the mandolinist also enjoyed  stints with Lou Reid and Carolina and Blue Ridge, all of which furthered his  reputation considerably. In the late '90s he began moving even further out front  with groups such as Baucom, Bibey and Blueridge and Baucom, Bibey, Graham  and Haley. In 2002 he finally cut an entire project under his own name, the  wonderful In the Blue Room, released by the Sugar Hill label., featuring a  plethora of talented guests including dobro player Jerry Douglas.

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