Bluegrass Today is managed by a dedicated staff, along with a number of highly-qualified part time correspondents and graphic artists.
Terry Herd is the founder of the Bluegrass Radio Network and host of Into The Blue®, America’s largest and longest running bluegrass radio syndication.
John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011.
David Morris – Correspondent
David Morris is a Washington, D.C.-based journalist, songwriter and upright bass player.
Richard F Thompson is a long-standing free-lance writer about bluegrass music matters.
Chris contributes a weekly column, which draws on both his encyclopedic knowledge of bluegrass music and his dry sense of humor.
John is a student at East Tennessee State University where he is pursuing dual majors in history and bluegrass music.
Aaron studied journalism at Northwestern University and is the editor at Lonesome Road Review.
Amanda Webb is an accomplished writer with a full range of journalism experience including newspaper, magazine, television and web.
Frank has always been interested in photography, taking his little Kodak along to a local country music park and photographing his favorite 60’s country artists.
Gena Britt is a multi instrumentalist/vocalist who has been in the music business for over 20 years.
A Virginian by both birth and choice, Travers is an adamant proponent and performer of traditional bluegrass music.
Troy Engle is studio musician, singer, and songwriter living in Nashville, TN.
Reid C. Toth (a.k.a. “Banjo Diva”) is a college professor and budding banjo picker.
Ryan Wilson is a songwriter and bass player from the upstate of South Carolina.
Dick Bowden is a very traditional bluegrass picker and fan from New England, who makes occasional contributions to Bluegrass Today representing the old timers’ viewpoints.