Bluegrass in The Northeast with The Reckharts

I posted this video to let y’all know that bluegrass music is alive and well in states northward from Kentucky and Tennessee. I recorded this piece in Phil’s Woodshed a couple of Saturdays ago. The Reckharts are a local bluegrass group that often stages a few gigs at Phil’s place.

Another related item of interest is the fact that The Dog House Three has reunited and is in full practice mode. You can expect to see a video or three from them in the near future.

The Doghouse Three

By TC Conner

Pro hobbyist photographer, drone enthusiast, musician, husband and father.

7 replies on “Bluegrass in The Northeast with The Reckharts”

My husband plays bluegrass (and other) music. He likes your blog! He has so many Martin guitars — he also liked that photo below your poem in another post.CameronDefining Your Home Garden

TC, I love the pun in your header. The southern music is nice to hear on this cold winter day in Maine. I see familiar faces here in the comments and can guess our connection.

Great stuff! The local community college here in NW FL has a bluegrass concert once a month, featuring several bands from the area. It never fails to draw a crowd. Only problem is, I can’t sit still while listening to the music, and I feel like an oddball. At the very least, I’m tapping my feet or bobbing my head up and down in time with the beat. To me, it’s better than an old-fashioned prayer meetin’. I thought I saw your camera do a little bobble now and then, TC.

Love it TC. Jimmy is alos loving it and been learning bluegrass too. It has been an experience. Glad it is alive and well up there.

w00t+!the doghouse three, back in the saddle. great news. i’m going to be recording a few cover songs over the xmas break – i’m really looking forward to it.

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