“The Connecticut Bluegrass Association — or CTBA — is dedicated to bringing together the bluegrass community in CT, promoting Bluegrass Bands, Education, Jams, festivals, and event Venues.”
Keep up to date with our Monthly Newsletters to hear about Jams, Concerts, and Workshops in and around CT
May Newsletter – Festivals, Camps, Family Night and More!
GuitarTown CT Celebrates its 15th Anniversary with Rock Hearts To celebrate our 15th anniversary we are bringing in some great bluegrass by the Rock HeartsFriday, May 5, 2023 Doors 7:00, Concert 7:30Café Amici, 1640 Whitney Avenue, Hamden.Tickets $30″We are excited and proud to mark 15 years, and 120 shows, with top New England band Rock Hearts.…
Live Music, Education, Jams, and CD Review March Newsletter
LIVE MUSIC On the Trail in Bethel Wednesday, April 5 On the Trail is a modern acoustic band that explores everything from bluegrass to contemporary, jazz and old chestnuts. Indoor Seating Chart Doors open at 6:00pm. Try to be seated by 6:30pm to have your dinner order taken. Showtime begins at 7:45pm when we transform…
Jams, Workshops, Festivals, and more – March Newsletter
“Bluegrass Jam Packs Next Door” Check out this amazing article by the New Haven Independent on a new bluegrass jam in New Haven CT by KAREN PONZIO | Jan 27, 2023 8:52 am KAREN PONZIO PHOTOS Bluegrass Jamming The back room at Next Door was jam-packed with bluegrass music lovers as the Humphrey Street restaurant…
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NEBG-L is an email-based mailing list sponsored by the Boston Bluegrass Union. Subscribers to the mailing list use it to make announcements about upcoming bluegrass and bluegrass-related concerts, festivals, jams, workshops and other events. Outside of our Events Calendar, it is probably the best way to stay informed about bluegrass in New England.
The mailing list is not meant as a discussion group, though sometimes subscribers will use it to post bluegrass-related questions. As a courtesy, when posting details on events, include location and date in the Subject line. You must subscribe to the list to send and receive content. And, posts to the list are not managed or screened. Please: no flaming and respect the intent of the list.
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