Bluegrass started in America, and it is a subset of country music. For the first time, Bluegrass was a combination of traditional music in Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and England.
Until the 1600s, when the settlers arrived in Appalachia, they merged their language, culture, and their music (ballads and dance) to create Bluegrass.
Currently, music becomes more modern with various types, so composers and singers add jazz sound in bluegrass to attract more young audiences.
Not everyone is into bluegrass music, but if you are a big fan of it, you should be able to name a few bands. Let’s check it out some of our favorite ones.
From American roots music to a standalone musical style, bluegrass certainly has its place among the audience.
Emerged since the 18th from Appalachia, Bluegrass today is no longer your grandpa’s type of music anymore.
Thanks to those artists who had taken them to the mainstream, the genre has grown its fans a few more.