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By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Grammy Award winners David Holt, Bryan Sutton, and T. Michael Coleman have each been inspired by and performed with Doc Watson over the years. As Deep River Rising, they honor Watson's musical legacy with a Jan. 6 concert in Raleigh.

By Blooming Twig Books
“Blind but Now I See” the biography of Doc Watson is being reissued to commemorate unveiling of statue in Boone, NC.

By Blooming Twig Books
Dr. Kent Gustavson, author of “Blind But Now I See”, the revealing biography of Doc Watson, is honored with Biography of the Year Award.

By Blooming Twig Books
In Blind But Now I See, the no-holds-barred account of Doc Watson's life and career, Doc’s experiences in Boone are retold, revealing Doc’s relationship with the town that gave him a place to share his music.

By Blooming Twig Books
The history of Merlefest, the bluegrass music festival founded by Doc Watson in honor of his departed son Merle, is explained in Blind But Now I See, the no-holds-barred account of Doc Watson's life and career.

By Blooming Twig Books
On February 1st, the Merlefest Facebook page hosted a live chat with Jim Lauderdale, chairman of the Chris Austin Songwriting Contest.

By Blooming Twig Books
Blind But Now I See, the no-holds-barred account of Doc Watson's life and career, reveals more about Doc’s relationship with Holt as well as his influence and experiences touring with other talented musicians.

By Blooming Twig Books
Blind But Now I See, written by Dr. Kent Gustavson, follows Doc through the hardships of touring as a solo act as well as with other musicians.

By Blooming Twig Books
Dr. Gustavson reveals more about how Washburn, as well as other musicians, were influence by Doc and his legendary bluegrass sound.

By Blooming Twig Books
The winner of the 19th annual Chris Austin Songwriting Contest will perform this year at the renowned bluegrass musical festival, Merlefest.

By Blooming Twig Books
This close relationship between Merle and his father is documented in the recently released book “Blind But Now I See,” (www.docwatsonbook.com) a no-holds barred biography of Doc Watson’s life and career.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
North Carolina folk music icon Doc Watson performs with longtime friend David Holt and grandson Richard Watson on Friday, Nov. 12 at the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts to kick off PineCone’s 2010-2011 Down Home Concert Series.

By Blooming Twig Books
Dr. Kent Gustavson, Author of “Blind But Now I See” Reveals Never Before Released Details about Doc Watson, Seven-Time Grammy Award-Winning Guitarist; Author Currently Available for Interviews, Feature Stories and Speaking Engagements

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
PineCone's 2010-2011 Down Home Concert Series highlights musical traditions from around the world that have become a part of North Carolina's own musical heritage. Tickets go on sale on Aug. 2 to PineCone members and Aug. 9 to the general public.



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