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Bourbon and Bluegrass Go Hand in Hand in Kentucky

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Bourbon and Bluegrass Go Hand in Hand in Kentucky

Short | 03:20

Bill Monroe, the father of bluegrass music, called Kentucky his home. Today, in the town of Rosine, musicians gather every Friday night to honor Monroe's legacy.


    • Sunday
    • 12:00pm
    Dec 16
    • Tuesday
    • 1:00am
    Jan 01
    • Saturday
    • 12:00pm
    Jan 26

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Kentucky: home of young Abe Lincoln, old family feuds, and the most exciting two minutes in sports. This overhead exploration reveals the fertile stories of America's 15th state, from Daniel Boone's wilderness trail to the Country Music Highway, and from the legends of the Kentucky Derby to the secrets behind its beloved bourbon. With its rich history and breathtaking beauty, the Bluegrass State is a stunning, hard-won paradise, best viewed from high above.

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