• Del McCoury talks with Jarrett Bellini

    Jarrett Bellini is a vlogger and online columnist based in Atlanta who posts regularly with his thoughts on popular culture, and interviews he records with music and arts celebrities who pass through town. Back in September, Jarrett caught up with

  • Friday at Grey Fox 2016

    Friday of Grey Fox 2016 was jam packed full of a wide variety of traditional and progressive bluegrass and related musics, legends, and new faces and sounds. Whether one wanted to see names that they had known and followed for

  • ROMP rocks out for the 13th time

    Hosted by the International Bluegrass Music Museum, ROMP Fest 2016 delivered another fine round of bluegrass music for its 13th year. The music and the weather in Owensboro, KY was best described as hot! Thursday music kicked off with two Hall

  • Seize The Day – DelFest 2016

    Seize The Day…. In one way or another, that phrase became the catchphrase for an entire music festival this past Memorial Day Weekend, 2016. Seize The Day… Isn’t that how many of us feel as we arrive FINALLY to what is for most,

  • Charm City Charmed 

    And. Just. Like. That. Summer festival season is upon us. All burdens and worries lay crumpled on the asphalt behind us as cheery festival staff lasso our wrists with those colorful Charm City Bluegrass bracelets. We are in the grass now,

  • Old Settlers Music Festival 2016

    Thanks to the organizers of the Old Settlers Music Festival in Austin, TX who shared these images of the various bluegrass artists who performed last weekend at the annual alternative music and entertainment event.

  • Del and Woody – a review

    Great songwriting teams are an alchemy of negotiated creativity. Regardless of how the team works, an agreement must be struck between the two as to what aspect of a song takes precedence: words or music. Sometimes the teams easily agree

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