Bill Monroe

A Personal Portrait of Bill Monroe
A Personal Portrait of Bill Monroe As printed in Dancing Noodle Magazine, January 2012

As a photojournalist, I have been privileged to have been behind the lens most of my life. My husband and I — along with three other couples who played Bluegrass — opened the Station Inn in… Continue reading

How Love Saved The Ryman

Bill Monroe at the Ryman Auditorium’s first Bluegrass Series concert, 1994 How Love Saved The Ryman

By Charmaine Lanham

My first job in Nashville was as secretary to George Gruhn at GTR (now Gruhn Guitars) located in its original building across from the old Hatch Show Prints building on… Continue reading

Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman

Marty Stuart and Alan OBryant,  June 21, 1994 Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman Musicians have always loved this summertime series As printed in Dancing Noodle Magazine, January 2012

Besides being one of the world’s best places to listen to music, musicians who live in the Nashville area find that it’s… Continue reading

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