COMING SOON! Volume 1 Number 1 10th Anniversary Edition VINYL LP Pressing of ORIGINAL SONGS by NCBGMA Member Bands!!!
We are currently soliciting bands to be included on the project and will be limited to 10-12 songs (one song per band) on the LP. If your band is interested, email steve@NCBGMA.org as soon as possible. We will be looking for ORIGINAL SONGS written and recorded by the submitting band. The BAND will retain owndership of the song but we are asking for permission to print 1000-2000 copies of the song on this LP for sale with all the proceeds going to benefit the NC Bluegrass Music Association.
We have several bands already committed to be part of the project so if you are interested, let us know as soon as possible. We would like to put this together and get the finished product ready for sale before the end of this year.
Our objective is to: 1) Get exposure for BLUEGRASS in North Carolina 2) Promote 10-12 Bluegrass Association Member bands 3) Raise money to help fund the NCBGMA for future projects. If this is successful, we will most likely do ONE PRESSING EACH YEAR in a similar fashion. BE ON THE FIRST "10th Anniversary Edition" pressing. The LPs will be marketed on our web site, at festivals and other events.
WATCH FOR MORE DETAILS and CONTACT US SOON IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BEING INCLUDED!
Artwork below is subject to change. All participating member bands will be featured on the back cover with picture and information.
POTENTIAL BANDS and MUSICIANS FOR THE VOL. 1 NO. 1 Edition of NCBGMA PRESENTS
NORTH CAROLINA BANDS AND MUSICIANS with Original and Traditional Songs
Yates Green and the Bluegrass Gospel Express
None Of the Above
Lost & Found w/ Ronald Smith and Allen Mills
Clarence Green and Bob Atkins and the Sandy Valley Boys
Jacktown Ramblers w/ Gabe Wiseman
New River Bluegrass w/ Dr. Bobby Jones
Charlie Seachrist with Dan X. Padgett and friends
Ronald Smith with Lost & Found
Damascus Road w/Michael and Aaron Ramsey
AND MORE!!! LP will be out for 10th Anniversary in 2022
COMPANION CD will be available by the end of this year