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CD releases by a Association Bands

New Hotwire CD to be released soon. Click here to go to the web site and hear parts of the new CD.

JD Webb and the Downstate Ramblers: go to http://downstateramblers.homestead.com/ for more information

Chicken Dinner Road: go to  http://cdbaby.com/cd/ChickenDinnerRoad to buy.

High Desert: go to http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/highdesertband

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The Idaho Sawtooth Bluegrass Association
The purpose of the Idaho Sawtooth Bluegrass Association:
  • To preserve and promote Bluegrass as a tradition of our country,
  • To promote the education and the enjoyment of Bluegrass music,
  • To promote fellowship among all musicians and supporters who have a love for Bluegrass music, regardless of race, creed, color, ethnicity, or ability to play music.

Coming Idaho Bluegrass Events
(that we know about)

What’s the most fun you can have listening and playing Bluegrass the weekend after Mother’s Day?

 

ISBA Spring Super Jam

 

May: Dates May 14-17

 

KOA  (same place but different name: 208-935-2556 ), Kamiah Idaho

 

Offerings include instrument and vocal harmony workshops, Kids in Bluegrass, and open mic opportunities, with an afternoon of music on Saturday. Performances on Saturday will feature Wanigan, Higher Ground, Flat Grass, Will Williams and Gravel Road, and the Elk River Ramblers.

 

KOA in Kamiah-  CamperRV spaces, tent camping, cabins, hotel, and on-site restaurant at http:www.lewisclarkresort.com.

 
There will also be some food vendors on site.
 
Additional lodgings and options:
  • Long Camp RV(one mile from festival site)
  • Clearwater 12 Motel (2 miles from festival site).
  • Kamiah Inn Motel - kamiahinn.com
  • Kamiah Hotel Bar and Grill

Kamiah is located on Hwy 12:

  • 4 hours south of Spokane
  • 3 hours west of Missoula
  • 4 hours east of the Tri-Cities
  • 4 hours north of Boise

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Bluegrass Video of the Week

Doc Watson and David Holt performing "Shady Grove" "Shady Grove."

Courtesy of the web site "Bluegrass on the Tube."

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Check Out This Web Site

To see videos of most of the greatest Bluegrass performers that have ever taken the stage, check out this great video library by Carl Carlson from the SouthEast Bluegrass Association.

Great Bluegrass Videos

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This site was last edited on 3/10/15. Suggestions and corrections may be sent to cthorse@gmail.com

 

 

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