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The International Folk Music Awards – presented by Folk Alliance International (FAI), a 501(c)3 and the foremost global nonprofit for folk music— took place last night as part of the opening of the conference and Best of 2023 awards were won by Molly Tuttle and Golden Highway (Album of the Year); Billy Strings (Artist of the Year); and Iris Dement (Song of the Year). NPR Music and World Cafe live-streamed the awards show.

Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival returns to the idyllic grounds of Walsh Farm in Oak Hill, NY for another unforgettable retreat of music, magic, and memories July 17-21, featuring Del McCoury Band, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Yonder Mountain String Band, The Steeldrivers, and many more.

Last night's Grammy Awards showcased a dazzling array of talent across genres, with a particular spotlight on the realms of Bluegrass, Jazz, Blues, and Folk. Grateful Web is excited to highlight the achievements within these musical genres, celebrating the artists who continue to enrich our sonic landscape with their creativity and depth.

Switching buses from Molly Tuttle and Golden Highway, Kyle Tuttle is now embarking on a solo journey with his latest album, Labor of Lust. This 11-track achievement pays homage to the jamgrass lore built on the shoulders of jamgrass giants like Leftover Salmon and Yonder Mountain String Band. Kyle Tuttle has traversed the miles while maintaining his studio musician status in Nashville.

The eagerly awaited 2024 edition of the 4848 Festival, presented by All Good Presents, is set to take place from July 18-20 at the scenic Snowshoe Mountain Resort in West Virginia. This year, the festival promises to return bigger and stronger while unveiling an impressive lineup of artists.  All Good Presents is set to create an unforgettable experience, combining the thrill of live music with the relaxation of a mountain resort.

Folk Alliance International (FAI), a 501(c)3 and the foremost global nonprofit for folk music, will present a convening of some of the music industry's leading authorities and creators to address the ability of folk music to galvanize and catalyze movements to advance our world, at its 36th Annual Conference February 21-25, 2024 in Kansas City, MO. FAI has confirmed the International Folk Music Award (which are part of the conference) upcoming recipients and Best of 2023 nominees as well as the conference keynote presenters.

On the heels of a four-night Michigan run to ring in the New Year, Greensky Bluegrass has announced the support acts for their upcoming 2024 Winter Tour. On select dates the band will welcome Duane Betts & Palmetto Motel, Melt, Molly Tuttle (solo), The High Hawks, and Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country.  

Orange Blossom Revue marked the conclusion of its 9th annual festival with a record turnout this weekend. Set against the picturesque backdrop of Lake Wailes Park in central Florida, the two-day musical extravaganza continues to rank among the year's most eagerly awaited events, attracting thousands of enthusiastic attendees to the charming town each year.

MerleFest, presented by Window World, has added Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Larkin Poe, Lukas Nelson & POTR, Sierra Hull, Dan Tyminski Band, and more to its 2024 lineup. Taking place April 25-28 on the campus of Wilkes Community College, the 36th annual celebration of "traditional plus" music and founding legend, Doc Watson, promises an unforgettable weekend featuring a treasure trove of A-list talent, including first-time performers as well as familiar MerleFest veterans.

Orange Blossom Revue has announced the schedule for its ninth annual event taking place Friday and Saturday, December 1-2, 2023 at Lake Wailes Park in central Florida. Critically acclaimed Americana outfit and festival host band The Wood Brothers will lead Friday’s lineup, with award-winning bluegrass virtuoso Molly Tuttle & The Golden Highway and Texan powerhouse Harper O’Neil set to appear earlier in the day.

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