Happy Birthday NC Mountain Dreams

It was two years ago today that I posted the first on this site.

It’s been a long and a short two years…I can hardly wait to see what the next two will be like.

Happy Birthday NC Mountain Dreams

It was two years ago today that I posted the first on this site.

It’s been a long and a short two years…I can hardly wait to see what the next two will be like.

Happy World Bluegrass Month

May is the World Bluegrass Month.

Check out the Bluegrass Preservation Society and get your Bluegrass fix on a regular basis…

BPS Radio
Sun, 03 May 2008 9:30:00 -0500
Bluegrass Preservation Society Radio Show #180
Howdy friends and neighbors. Me and Buster have got a great show for you this week. We’ve got John Douglas and the West Virginia Travelers for the whole show. They sing such great old songs like 9 Pound Hammer and Don’t Say Goodbye and Why Don’t You Tell Me So. It’s good stuff folks, so come on in and enjoy!
Low Bandwidth: 28kbps Stream High Bandwidth: 48kbps Stream

Sun, 27 Apr 2008 9:30:00 -0500
Bluegrass Preservation Society Radio Show #179
Howdy friends and neighbors and welcome to this weeks show. We’ve got more of Half Bad Bluegrass and The Matheneys for your listening pleasure. The Classic this week is Lester and Earl doing The Big Black Train. Come on in and enjoy!
Low Bandwidth: 28kbps Stream High Bandwidth: 48kbps Stream

Sun, 20 Apr 2008 9:30:00 -0500
Bluegrass Preservation Society Radio Show #178
Howdy folks. Me and Buster have got a great show for you this week. We’ve got The Matheneys and Half Bad Bluegrass, and folks, they ain’t half bad! Come on in and enjoy yourselves!
Low Bandwidth: 28kbps Stream High Bandwidth: 48kbps Stream

Happy World Bluegrass Month

May is the World Bluegrass Month.

Check out the Bluegrass Preservation Society and get your Bluegrass fix on a regular basis…

BPS Radio
Sun, 03 May 2008 9:30:00 -0500
Bluegrass Preservation Society Radio Show #180
Howdy friends and neighbors. Me and Buster have got a great show for you this week. We’ve got John Douglas and the West Virginia Travelers for the whole show. They sing such great old songs like 9 Pound Hammer and Don’t Say Goodbye and Why Don’t You Tell Me So. It’s good stuff folks, so come on in and enjoy!
Low Bandwidth: 28kbps Stream High Bandwidth: 48kbps Stream

Sun, 27 Apr 2008 9:30:00 -0500
Bluegrass Preservation Society Radio Show #179
Howdy friends and neighbors and welcome to this weeks show. We’ve got more of Half Bad Bluegrass and The Matheneys for your listening pleasure. The Classic this week is Lester and Earl doing The Big Black Train. Come on in and enjoy!
Low Bandwidth: 28kbps Stream High Bandwidth: 48kbps Stream

Sun, 20 Apr 2008 9:30:00 -0500
Bluegrass Preservation Society Radio Show #178
Howdy folks. Me and Buster have got a great show for you this week. We’ve got The Matheneys and Half Bad Bluegrass, and folks, they ain’t half bad! Come on in and enjoy yourselves!
Low Bandwidth: 28kbps Stream High Bandwidth: 48kbps Stream

Charlotte Observer | 04/30/2008 | New, green gem by Blue Ridge Parkway

Charlotte Observer | 04/30/2008 | New, green gem by Blue Ridge Parkway

VISITORS CENTER NEAR ASHEVILLE

New, green gem by Blue Ridge Parkway

RICHARD MASCHAL
rmaschal@charlotteobserver.com

Blue Ridge Parkway Destination Center

VICKI DAMERON

Blue Ridge Parkway Destination Center.

ASHEVILLE —

Drive the Blue Ridge Parkway and you see them from the road, the cabins, barns and sheds distinctive to southern Appalachian Mountains.

Drawing on such local features — sheltering overhangs, peaked roofs, wooden trusses — architects charged with designing a new visitors center for the parkway came up with a large, open structure that seems at home in the mountains.

Charlotte Observer | 04/30/2008 | New, green gem by Blue Ridge Parkway

Charlotte Observer | 04/30/2008 | New, green gem by Blue Ridge Parkway

Charlotte Observer | 04/30/2008 | New, green gem by Blue Ridge Parkway

VISITORS CENTER NEAR ASHEVILLE

New, green gem by Blue Ridge Parkway

RICHARD MASCHAL
rmaschal@charlotteobserver.com

Blue Ridge Parkway Destination Center

VICKI DAMERON

Blue Ridge Parkway Destination Center.

ASHEVILLE —

Drive the Blue Ridge Parkway and you see them from the road, the cabins, barns and sheds distinctive to southern Appalachian Mountains.

Drawing on such local features — sheltering overhangs, peaked roofs, wooden trusses — architects charged with designing a new visitors center for the parkway came up with a large, open structure that seems at home in the mountains.

Charlotte Observer | 04/30/2008 | New, green gem by Blue Ridge Parkway