GLENN OHRLIN: OLD TIME COWBOY SINGER
- Where Did It Come from? Western music. Engel, Charley // American Cowboy;Apr/May2013, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p58
The article offers information on the role played by cowboy music to bring development in Western music in the U.S. It informs about the song "Blue Juniata," which could be considered the first popular "Western" song developed in 19th century. It informs about several music performers who have...
- The Art of the Bawdy Song. Greene // American Record Guide;Jul/Aug93, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p199
Reviews the classical music recording `The Art of the Bawdy Song,' performed by the Baltimore Consort and Merry Companions. Recording's notoriety; Background information on the Baltimore Consort; Theme; Quality of the recorded sound.
- Letters. Hubicki, Wanda; Durán, David Prat // Old-Time Herald;Jan2014, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p3
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to the articles on topics regarding the Alleghany County musicians in North Carolina and old-time music players in Barcelona, Spain.
- Stage Talk and the Localization of Bluegrass in Toronto. // Canadian Folk Music;Spring2011, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p1
The article features the Crazy Strings, a group of bluegrass musicians from Toronto, Ontario and the stage talk during bluegrass music performances. The said group performs at the Silver Dollar Room where they reportedly play bluegrass and old time music. It examines how the group has earned its...
- DO-IT-YOURSELF MUSIC FOR A MODERN WORLD. Slaven, Charmaine // Old-Time Herald;Jun/Jul2008, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p26
The article discusses the relation of old-time music to do-it-yourself (DIY) culture. It notes that early old-time musicians used to make their own banjos using recycled cat, calf and trees. They are also playing cigar box fiddles with horse hair and pine tree rosin for their bows. It notes that...
- International Bluegrass Music Awards. // Maverick;Dec2005, Issue 41, p5
This article provides information on several winners at the International Bluegrass Music Awards which was held in Nashville, Tennessee in October 2005. The winners include country musicians Cherryholmes, Larry Sparks, Rhonda Vincent, the Grascals, Mike Bub, Stuart Duncan and Bryan Sutton among...
- teen scene. Dilling, Stephanie // Bluegrass Now;Jan2006, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p28
This article profiles Justin Bowles, member of the bluegrass band Harvest Wind, from Statesville, North Carolina. The teenage musician narrates how he started playing the banjo. His band has performed with numerous bluegrass bands, including Charlie Waller & the Country Gentlemen, the Larry...
- If the Video Store is All Out of "The Evil Dead." Cohen, Randy // Appalachian Journal;Spring/Summer2004, Vol. 31 Issue 3/4, p291
The article discusses what a musician should do if the some old-time mountain music, that he intends to play, contains racist lyrics. It depends on his audience. He ought not to perform these songs for a skinhead crowd eager to hold a racist singalong. Even for an amiable audience, he should...
- Old-Time Music Makers of New York State. Tribe, Ivan M. // Journal of American History;Dec1988, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p987
Reviews the book "Old-Time Music Makers of New York State," by Simon J. Bronner.