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Music, interviews, and news from Planet Bluegrass

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#3 - Tim O'Brien

Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Tim O'Brien made his first appearance at Telluride Bluegrass with the Ophelia Swing Band back in 1975. He's been an important part of Planet Bluegrass ever since, through performances with Hot Rize, the O'Boys, the Bluegrass Dukes, The Crossing, and now the Tim O'Brien Band. We sat down with Tim in March 2006 to talk about his long-overdue Grammy award, his favorite vegetarian recipes, and his upcoming performances at this year's Telluride Bluegrass and RockyGrass. To learn more about Tim visit http://www.timobrien.net. Tickets for all our 2006 festivals are on-sale now! Contact Planet Bluegrass - http://www.bluegrass.com or 800-624-2422.

14 MIN2006 APR 27
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#3 - Tim O'Brien

#2 - Stephen Kellogg

Singer-songwriter Stephen Kellogg blew us away last fall. Playing for a crowd of about 40 people, we were so moved that we ordered the Stephen Kellogg songbook, covered our walls in SK6ERS stickers, and booked him to play the 2006 Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Find out what the fuss will soon be about, as Stephen talks about songwriting, fatherhood, and his band's Martha Graham-inspired dance moves. To hear more music from Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers visit http://www.stephenkellogg.com. Tickets for all our 2006 festivals are on-sale now! Contact Planet Bluegrass - http://www.bluegrass.com or 800-624-2422

7 MIN2006 MAR 10
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#2 - Stephen Kellogg

#1 - Mike Marshall

The inaugural Planet Bluegrass podcast features an interview with mandolin virtuoso Mike Marshall. A longtime member of the Planet Bluegrass family, Mike talks about his upcoming performance at the 2006 Telluride Bluegrass Festival (June 15-18), Brazilian choro music, reinventing gnochi, and the perfect cup of coffee. The program concludes with a solo mandolin performance of "Odeon." Learn more about Mike Marshall at http://www.mikemarshall.net. Tickets for all 2006 festivals are on-sale now! Contact Planet Bluegrass - http://www.bluegrass.com/ - 800-624-2422

14 MIN2006 FEB 13
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#1 - Mike Marshall
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Latest Episodes

#3 - Tim O'Brien

Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Tim O'Brien made his first appearance at Telluride Bluegrass with the Ophelia Swing Band back in 1975. He's been an important part of Planet Bluegrass ever since, through performances with Hot Rize, the O'Boys, the Bluegrass Dukes, The Crossing, and now the Tim O'Brien Band. We sat down with Tim in March 2006 to talk about his long-overdue Grammy award, his favorite vegetarian recipes, and his upcoming performances at this year's Telluride Bluegrass and RockyGrass. To learn more about Tim visit http://www.timobrien.net. Tickets for all our 2006 festivals are on-sale now! Contact Planet Bluegrass - http://www.bluegrass.com or 800-624-2422.

14 MIN2006 APR 27
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#3 - Tim O'Brien

#2 - Stephen Kellogg

Singer-songwriter Stephen Kellogg blew us away last fall. Playing for a crowd of about 40 people, we were so moved that we ordered the Stephen Kellogg songbook, covered our walls in SK6ERS stickers, and booked him to play the 2006 Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Find out what the fuss will soon be about, as Stephen talks about songwriting, fatherhood, and his band's Martha Graham-inspired dance moves. To hear more music from Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers visit http://www.stephenkellogg.com. Tickets for all our 2006 festivals are on-sale now! Contact Planet Bluegrass - http://www.bluegrass.com or 800-624-2422

7 MIN2006 MAR 10
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#2 - Stephen Kellogg

#1 - Mike Marshall

The inaugural Planet Bluegrass podcast features an interview with mandolin virtuoso Mike Marshall. A longtime member of the Planet Bluegrass family, Mike talks about his upcoming performance at the 2006 Telluride Bluegrass Festival (June 15-18), Brazilian choro music, reinventing gnochi, and the perfect cup of coffee. The program concludes with a solo mandolin performance of "Odeon." Learn more about Mike Marshall at http://www.mikemarshall.net. Tickets for all 2006 festivals are on-sale now! Contact Planet Bluegrass - http://www.bluegrass.com/ - 800-624-2422

14 MIN2006 FEB 13
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#1 - Mike Marshall
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