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Year: 2016

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Grassroots to Bluegrass is a history of bluegrass as told by those women and men who play the music with their hearts. This moment is also history in the making – a gathering of some of the music makers who pre-date bluegrass, as well as first and second generation 'grasser's.

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Country, Documentary

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Country, Documentary, Rock, Blues, Pop, Classical, Foreign, Vocal, Reggae

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