As with old-school bluegrass, the artists were largely self-taught or family-taught, and the music was undiluted by mass media and the internet. Regional differences were still intact.
In addition to hosting WOMR’s Bradford Street Bluegrass for ten years, as a musician Jim has toured and recorded professionally in bluegrass and despite that, still enjoys playing his mandolin, guitar and banjo.
Enjoy The Old-Time Depot on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month, from 5 until 8 PM. Close the windows so the neighbors can’t hear and don’t forget to turn Granny’s hearing aids off!