Annual Park Slope Bluegrass and Old-Time Music Jamboree - Brown Jug Award
Well folks, once again it’s time for the Park Slope Bluegrass & Old-Time Music Jamboree’s Brown Jug Award. The Brown Jug Award is the brainchild of James Reams, a bluegrass musician and bandleader for 20 years, who conceived of it as a way to recognize people in the Northeast whose impact on the music deserved to be honored but who might be less likely to be recognized by national organizations since for some of them (unlike this year’s recipient), their impact was only regional in nature.
Carol Beaugard is hard to corral into just one definition—she’s an internationally known radio personality, professional actress, emcee, musician and bandleader. To some, she’s a Jack (or maybe that should be Jill?) of all trades. But what made her into a champion for bluegrass music? read more
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Carol Beaugard has been the host of Lonesome Pine RFD since 1985, mixing traditional and contemporary bluegrass and featuring a special hour dedicated to bluegrass gospel called “The Hour in the Light." Listeners hear a mix of contemporary bluegrass and progressive string music, as well as live in-studio performances and interviews.