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Here’s the KET broadcast schedule of upcoming Jubilee programs.

New Season!

Jubilee, a celebration of American roots music, airs on public television stations nationwide. Check your local listings for these programs from our latest season:

The Grascals
A band of rising stars displays its innovative mingling of bluegrass and country. (#701)

Pine Mountain Railroad
Traditional bluegrass featuring rich harmonies from a Tennessee-based band. (#702)

Adrienne Young and Little Sadie/Cadillac Sky
Two groundbreaking groups bring their fresh brands of bluegrass to the stage. (#703)

Kati Penn/Relic
Distinctive approaches to bluegrass from Lexington and Louisville bands. (#704)

Dan Paisley and the Southern Grass
Carrying on the bluegrass tradition of the Paisley and Lundy families. (#705)

Corn Island Band
A contemporary Louisville bluegrass and acoustic band plays its hometown festival. (#706)

The Farewell Drifters/Blue Moon Rising
Two Tennessee bands perform classically inspired yet original bluegrass. (#707)

Hog Operation
A supercharged performance by a modern-day string band. (#708)

Timberline Drive/Jake Quesenberry and the MacRae Brothers
Outstanding musicianship from a Bowling Green band and a group of bluegrass legends. (#709)

Bluegrass 101/Kentucky Sassafras
Homegrown bluegrass from two Kentucky-based bands, one made up of teenagers. (#710)

Old Louisville Express
Traditional and progressive bluegrass, mournful ballads, and fast-paced ditties. (#711)

Professors of Bluegrass
Yale University faculty members perform their unique brand of traditional bluegrass. (#712)

The Cumberlands
Acoustic-music veterans play tight, traditional bluegrass. (#713)

Fire the Saddle/Down on Fifth
Two bands meld bluegrass with a variety of other genres. (#714)

Hazel Dickens/Wade and Julia Mainer
Three musical pioneers offer up a masterful presentation of classic American music. (#715)

Lonesome River Band
Hard-driving, traditional bluegrass from a band that’s 25 years young. (#716)

Butch Waller and High Country
From the West Coast, a vital mix of powerful standards and original songs. (#717)

Foghorn Stringband
The traditional sounds of rural America, played the old-fashioned way. (#718)

Three of the most renowned musicians ever to have taken up bluegrass. (#719)

Michael Cleveland and the Flamekeeper Band with Audie Blaylock
Dynamic traditional bluegrass featuring Cleveland’s award-winning fiddling.