• Welcome Sean Henry

    What could be more joyous than a Christmas baby! A Merry Christmas bluegrass welcome to Sean Maxwell Henry, the second son born to banjo player and instructor, Casey Henry. Sean joined the Henry family on December 11, coming in at 8

  • Scholarship available for Women’s Banjo Camp

    Murphy Henry has announced that scholarship assistance is available for her first-ever Women's Banjo Camp, scheduled to run July 19-21 at the Courtyard Marriott in Winchester, VA. Instruction will be provided by Henry and her daughter, Casey. Free tuition is being offered

  • Gooseneck Rockers

    Frank Baker was on hand when Gooseneck Rockers performed at The Holly Inn in Mount Holly Springs, PA this past weekend (1/19/13), and sent along this gallery of photos. The Rockers are a new group, featuring veteran performers Tom Adams on

  • Introducing the Gooseneck Rockers

    Choosing a name for a new band is often the most trying aspect of getting one up and going. Unless you plan on using the name of the band leader (if there is one) as the moniker, getting several strong-willed

  • Welcome Dalton Henry

    Casey Henry, former banjo picker with Dixie Bee-Liners, regular columnist for Banjo NewsLetter, and video instructor for her family's business, The Murphy Method, has a new line on her resume: mom! Her son, Dalton Whitfield Henry, was born on August 31

  • American Revival Tour—The Home Stretch

    Casey Henry has agreed to send us occasional updates from The American Revival Tour, where she is performing with Dixie Bee-Liners. Also on the tour are Sierra Hull & Highway 111 and headliners Uncle Earl. Here is Casey’s report. Do you remember

  • Casey on the road with the Bee-Liners

    Casey Henry has agreed to send us occasional updates from The American Revival Tour, where she is performing with Dixie Bee-Liners. Also on the tour are Sierra Hull & Highway 111 and headliners Uncle Earl. Here is Casey's first report. I'm composing

  • Steve Martin reviews from the Ryman show

    Steve Martin performed this past Sunday (10/11) at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, the first stop in his Fall tour with Steep Canyon Rangers to promote his banjo CD, The Crow. John McEuen opened the show, which also included cameo

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