• Announcing the debut of Flashback

    The demise of J.D. Crowe & The New South with Crowe's recent retirement has left a big hole in the bluegrass scene. The distinctive sound that he maintained over 40 plus years with this group has left a deep impression

  • Doug Sebranek passes

    Doug Sebranek, one of the several founders and promoters of Wisconsin's Larryfest Music Festival, died suddenly on December 31. He was only 52 years old, and succumbed to a suspected heart attack. The festival, sponsored by the Kickapoo Valley Acoustic Music

  • Bluegrass festival for Kentucky Governor

    When it's time to celebrate, what could be better than a bluegrass festival? That's what the inaugural committee for newly-elected Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin thinks as well. They have invited some of the Commonwealth's top bluegrass performers to help them celebrate

  • Video from the Crowe Tribute Band

    We posted last week about the J.D. Crowe Tribute Band performing in Nashville and Kentucky, an endeavor by Don Rigsby and Josh Williams to remember the music of The New South, particularly from the Keith Whitley era. Fortunately, video of their performance

  • Flashback reunion band booking for 2015

    Don Rigsby and Josh Williams aren't the only ones with a J.D. Crowe Tribute Band taking shows for next year. The actual band from the Flashback album era, with the actual J.D. Crowe, will be doing a limited number of appearances

  • J.D. Crowe Tribute Band in KY

    Although I was able to see most of the 1990s and 2000s versions of J.D. Crowe & the New South, I never got the chance to attend a performance by what many people consider the classic lineups of the New

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