Our instruments are all tuned up for our live stream and broadcast from the 2021 RockyGrass festival at Planet Bluegrass in Lyons, CO! We're looking forward to sharing the great music and getting a chance to chat with many of the people involved with the festival, from musicians, festivarians, and folks on the ground who help make RockyGrass possible.
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We'll once again be offering a live stream from the stage right here on AfterFM.com, KGNU's all music site. The non-stop RockyGrass stream will be available starting the morning of Friday July 23rd, and during set breaks we'll feature interviews and highlights from the festival.
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|Friday, July 23||11:00am - 12pm, 5:00-6:30pm, 9:00-10:30pm||11:00am - End|
|Saturday, July 24||9:00am - 1pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm||9:00am - End|
|Sunday, July 25||11:00am - 3pm||11:00am - End|
KGNU has been broadcasting live from RockyGrass every year since 2008. Listen, enjoy, and please spread the word about the live RockyGrass stream and archives.
If you're new to us, you'll likely be interested in our weekly Bluegrass show, Old Grass Gnu Grass. It's a Colorado tradition that hits our airwaves Saturday mornings on KGNU from 9:00a-Noon (MT) since 1978.
Though we won’t be able to experience RockyGrass in person this year, our instruments are all tuned up for a special live streaming event, RockyGrass Radio: Pickin’ Through the Years. Join us July 24 - 26, 2020 as we revisit some of the greatest performances from throughout the years, enjoy live performances from your favorite regular RockyGrass artists, and more.
We want to see how you’re remembering and enjoying RockyGrass this year! Enter the RockyGrass Radio photo contest and win a pair of RockyGrass passes with camping to the next RockyGrass Festival in Lyons, CO.
RockyGrass Archives 2018: Mandolinist and singer Jeff Austin returned to RockyGrass with his band in 2018 for a stellar set of music.
Our instruments are almost all tuned up for our live stream and broadcast from the 2018 RockyGrass festival at Planet Bluegrass in Lyons, CO! We're looking forward to the sharing the great music and getting a chance to chat with musicians, festivarians, and folks on the ground who help make RockyGrass possible.
We're gearing for our live stream and broadcast from the 2016 RockyGrass festival at Planet Bluegrass in Lyons, CO! We're looking forward to the sharing the great music and getting a chance to chat with many of the people involved with the festival, from musicians, festivarians, and folks on the ground who help make RockyGrass possible.
You can listen to the festival stream right here on AfterFM starting Friday, July 29th at 9:30am.Broadcast + Stream Schedule and More!
RockyGrass Archives 2015: Crooked Still, featuring singer and guitar player Aoife O'Donovan, banjo player Gregory Liszt, bassist Corey DiMario, cellist Tristan Clarridge and Brittany Haas on violin, reunited for a special set at RockyGrass 2015.
RockyGrass Archives 2015: Sierra Hull graced the stage at Rocky Grass. She began playing mandolin when she was eight years old and picked up the guitar a year later. Mentored by Alison Krauss, she quickly gained a reputation for her fluid playing and signed a record deal at the age of 13.
The official announcement of the 2015 RockyGrass Festival lineup is out. We're excited to see such an incredible list of artists. As you might imagine, AfterFM has big plans for our festival coverage in 2015. What could top our dedicated RockyGrass Festival stream and archives? Dare to dream festivarian.
RockyGrass Archives 2014: It's hard not to notice when a grand piano rolls onto the Planet Bluegrass festival grounds during a Bluegrass festival. But indeed it did and with it one of the hottest sets of 2014's RockyGrass festival. Ricky Skaggs & Bruce Hornsby with Kentucky Thunder brought the house down with their Friday night headlining set.
RockyGrass Archives 2014: For over 30 years Hot Rize has defined Colorado's traditional yet progressive bluegrass sound. The band was sounding truly hot as they made their way onto the stage for their 17th RockyGrass performance. The lineup consists of Tim O’Brien (vocals, mandolin, fiddle), Pete Wernick (banjo, vocals), Nick Forster (bass), Bryan Sutton (guitar).