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1. Steel Guitar Hall of Fame
Steel Guitar Hall of Fame
The concept for a Steel Guitar Hall of Fame originated in the early 1970s when Nashville steel guitarist Jim Vest suggested the award as recognition for persons advancing the instrument. Jim intended to implement the award program, but his session work and touring schedule prevented his follow-th...
Music - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:33:45
2. Lester Flatt
Lester Flatt
Lester Flatt is one of the reasons bluegrass music is successful today There are few guitarist/lead singers who are better known in bluegrass music than Lester Raymond Flatt-probably none. His long career with Earl Scruggs and earlier with Bill Monroe made him a legend, and his strong rhythm guit...
Culture & Society - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:35:22
3. Bill Monroe
(Born: September 13, 1911 Died:September 9, 1996) Bill Monroe is the father of bluegrass. He invented the style, invented the name, and for the great majority of the 20th century, embodied the art form. Beginning with his Blue Grass Boys in the '40s, Monroe defined a hard-edged style of country ...
culture-and-society - Mon, 28 Sep 2009 16:58:06
4. Bluegrass Hall of Fame
In 1984, Bill Monroe opened the Bluegrass Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee. This museum and subsequent hall of fame is a work in progress to honor the memory and life work of the man who is the originator of the term "bluegrass music". While this is a worthy accomplishment, I would...
Music - Mon, 28 Sep 2009 16:48:06
5. Basic Color Theory for the Visual Artist
Color theory has no set definition. Physicist deal only with the belief that light is a wave length that is perceived and interpreted by the eye according to where it falls on a spectral scale. For the visual artist, there are numerous concepts and design applications, each artist will have his o...
arts-and-design - Tue, 01 Sep 2009 16:28:20
6. Earl Scruggs
Earl Scruggs is a musician noted for perfecting and popularizing a 3-finger style (now called Scruggs style) on the 5-string banjo that is a defining characteristic of bluegrass music. Although other musicians had played in 3-finger style before him, Scruggs shot to prominence when he was hired b...
culture-and-society - Mon, 28 Sep 2009 16:59:29
7. How to Play the Blues
First, in order to play the blues, you must understand a little history. The blues originated in the United States when black slaves would sing about the issues and problems of their everyday life. These songs where filled with emotion and centered on the futility of not being able to change thei...
Music - Mon, 21 Sep 2009 19:30:41
8. Basic Composition for the Visual Artist
First let me explain what I mean by visual arts, this could be anything that you can look at and appreciate, drawing, painting, graphic design, photography, and sculpture are some of the major examples. As for composition, it is necessary to understand the elements and principles of design so tha...
arts-and-design - Mon, 31 Aug 2009 20:29:56
9. The Philosopher's Stone
The ultimate goal of alchemy was to produce and perfect the Great Work - the Philosopher's Stone. Commonly believed to be reddish colored powder that was used to transmute base metals into gold or silver, the Philosopher's Stone could also be used to make the Elixir of Life. While the quest for u...
culture-and-society - Wed, 26 Aug 2009 19:59:05
10. Politics of the Swine Flu
Is the swine flu as dangerous as the government makes it out to be? This is a good question, who does it benefit, and who does it harm. In a declassified White House memo from June 7, 1976, Chief of Staff Dick Cheney wrote: "We've got serious problems in our swine flu immunization program. It's ...
culture-and-society - Tue, 25 Aug 2009 17:06:03
11. Dadaism
Dadaism was an international Nihilistic movement that started in Zrich, Switzerland, during World War I. The movement flourished mainly in Switzerland, France and Germany between the years of 1916 to about 1922.
arts-and-design - Sat, 22 Aug 2009 18:49:34

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