Bluegrass music draws Oklahomans of all ages

The Greater Oklahoma Bluegrass Society has about 400 members across the state.

BY MATT PATTERSON Modified: January 18, 2013 at 10:15 pm •  Published: January 19, 2013
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DEL CITY — Whenever Brad Bennett hears bluegrass, he finds himself swept up in the sweet, calming sounds of the music.

Bennett began playing the banjo in the 1970s when he was in his 20s. Eventually he traded that in for a wife and kids. He took up fishing and other pursuits, but after more than 30 years, he’s hooked all over again.

“The sound is so...

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For more information on the Greater Oklahoma Bluegrass Society, go to www.gobms.org.

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