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Celebrated fiddler, mandolinist and Minnesota music legend Peter Ostroushko has died. He was 67. Ostroushko's career and range was widespread and eclectic -- he appeared on Bob Dylan's legendary 'Blood on the Tracks' album, played with the Minnesota Orchestra and was a regular on A Prairie Home Companion for 40 years.
Observe Black History Month with Radio Heartland. Each weekday in the 9 a.m. (Central) hour, host Mike Pengra will highlight a musical icon who helped shape the sound of American music.
Though best known for his disco days, the last living Gibb brother is a lifelong country fan. His new album reimagines the Bee Gees' catalog as duets with some of Nashville's biggest names, including Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell and Dolly Parton.
This fall, the bluegrass supergroup Sister Sadie became the first all-women band ever to win the top prize at the International Bluegrass Music Association awards.