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What Makes the Bluegrass Blue, Part 1


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Husband and wife bluegrass artists recount how they became musicians, why they chose bluegrass, and what it's like to be on the road as a full-time job. 

Additional music in this episode used with permission of Nu-Blu Bluegrass Artists. 

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