This 10-year-old boy from Marion, Kentucky named Cutter Singleton will brighten up your day. While performing at the Kentucky Opry for their annual Talent Search, Cutter put his best foot forward with a spot-on rendition of the legendary song “Foggy Mountain Breakdown.” Posted by Cutter Singleton on Sunday, September 27, 2015 Playing with people at least […] More
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Marcus plays the popular Christian hymn “Will The Circle Be Unbroken” on the banjo, clad in overalls and a baseball cap.
Banjo player Adam Lee Marcus visited a retirement home in Tiger, Georgia to treat residents to a lively bluegrass performance. However, it was Dorothy, an 85-year-old resident, that ultimately provided the entertainment that had Marcus grinning from ear to ear. Any day that includes banjo is a great day. Posted by Adam Lee Marcus on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 […] More
The hit song “Don’t Stop Believin’”, originally recorded by the rock band Journey, has been a song favorite covered by various artists throughout the years. However, while Fox’s hit show Glee gave the classic tune one hell of a performance to live up to, an incredible bluegrass band gave the song the unlikely twist it […] More
Loretta Lynn proved once again that she is a legend. She delivered one of the best covers we’ve ever seen and now we can’t stop watching it. On the Wilburn Brothers Show a few decades ago, Loretta Lynn stopped by to sing an iconic Hank Williams tune and hit it out of the park. Singing “Your Cheatin’ Heart”, Lynn […] More
Imagine walking through your local guitar store to casually browse through the musical merchandise, and right there in the middle of everything is country superstar Chris Stapleton getting down on his acoustic guitar!
The three siblings, Kimberly, Neil, and Reid Perry all joined in on the fun for a great episode of Celebrity Family Feud – where they compete with…
For more than 20 years, fans were able to tune in and watch hosts Buck Owens and Roy Clark break out in hilarious sketches, strum a little ditty, and welcome famous country music performers to their stage for one-of-a-kind performances. Many of the talented performers to grace television screens across America went on to become massively […] More