• Andy Leftwich leaving Kentucky Thunder

    Andy Leftwich, fiddler with Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder since 2001, has announced that he will be leaving the band at the end of the year. He has literally grown up in the group, starting with Skaggs right out of high

  • Let It Shine from Tammy Jones Robinette

    Southern Gospel artist Tammy Jones Robinette is preparing to release her first bluegrass project, Let It Shine, recorded at Skaggs Place and Hilltop  Studio in Nashville. Tammy has been singing Gospel music since childhood, touring with her mother and father as The Jones

  • Christmas single for Kenny & Amanda

    Kenny & Amanda Smith have released a new single, just in time for Christmas. It's When Love Was Born, written by Bernie Herms, Mark Schultz, Stephanie Lewis, and previously recorded by Schultz. The Smiths cut their version recently with Austin Ward on bass, and Andy

  • New single from Mark Houser

    Mark Houser is releasing a new single to radio on Tuesday. It's the title track to his 2012 Rural Rhythm album, Uneven Road, which we reviewed earlier this year. This appealing singer and songwriter is supported here by A-list pickers. Cory

  • Uneven Road – Mark Houser

    Singer-songwriter Mark Houser has bluegrass running through his veins. As Lester Flatt’s cousin, it’s no surprise that he has spent his whole life listening to bluegrass music. Though he has previously recorded a country album and written several songs which

  • All the Way to Bethlehem – Donna Ulisse

    With Christmas quickly approaching, many artists have begun releasing albums full of traditional Christmas tunes. In the bluegrass world, that often consists of such classics as Christmas Time’s a Comin’ or Beautiful Star of Bethlehem, in addition to popular modern

  • River Of Regret from Mark Houser

    Rural Rhythm Records has released a first single from Uneven Road, due September 11 from singer/songwriter Mark Houser. Mark has been writing long enough to have more than 80 cuts by artists in the bluegrass, country, pop and Christian markets. Three

  • Mark Twain – Words & Music

    Samuel Langhorne Clemens (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), was an American author and humorist better known by his pen-name Mark Twain. He is best known for his novels The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (published in 1876) and its sequel Adventures

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