Tim Lee, news graphic artist for the News & Observer, was tapped to create posters to represent the major events of World of Bluegrass: the five-day conference itself, the weeknight shows called the Bluegrass Ramble, the IBMA awards show, and the Wide Open Bluegrass event on Fayetteville Street and Red Hat Amphitheater.
Tim Lee, news graphic artist for the News & Observer, was tapped to create posters to represent the major events of World of Bluegrass: the five-day conference itself, the weeknight shows called the Bluegrass Ramble, the IBMA awards show, and the Wide Open Bluegrass event on Fayetteville Street and Red Hat Amphitheater. Tim Lee
Tim Lee, news graphic artist for the News & Observer, was tapped to create posters to represent the major events of World of Bluegrass: the five-day conference itself, the weeknight shows called the Bluegrass Ramble, the IBMA awards show, and the Wide Open Bluegrass event on Fayetteville Street and Red Hat Amphitheater. Tim Lee

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