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By Amanda Dugan
Bluegrass music started in the Appalachian
Mountains in the 1950’s. It came from
mountain music which was around a long
time before that. Bill Monroe, a mandolin
player, is considered the father of bluegrass
music. He started a band called The Bluegrass
Boys, named after the bluegrass state,
The culture surrounding bluegrass music is
fun and friendly! People from around the
country gather at festivals to enjoy music and
friendship. Dancing, homemade crafts, and
good food are common in bluegrass culture.
Bluegrass “stars” are often found talking to
fans and playing together in informal jams.
A local bluegrass band from Urbana, Green Mountain
Grass plays both traditional and original bluegrass. Visit their website at greenmountaingrass.com