• Close call for Doyle and the boys

    We all love getting to see our favorite bluegrass artists close to home, but we can sometimes forget how much traveling they have to do to get close to us. Not only is all that road time tedious and unfulfilling,

  • Burden Bearer – Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver

    Anthropologists believe that complex language skills are what has enabled humans to share information across generations, building a vast database of knowledge stored in the culture of different peoples. Countless studies of human behavior have shown that adding melody to words

  • 2016 Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival

    MC Blake Williams brought The Wayfarers, a southeast Ohio band, on stage to kick off the March edition of the Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival, aka SOIMF. Host band, Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers, took the stage next. The

  • Studio sneak peek from Feller & Hill

    No... it's not an early April Fools. It's just Tom Feller of Feller & Hill entertaining himself in the studio while the snow was falling last week. Tom shared this video as a sneak peek of their next single. OK.... so that's

  • 2015 Bluegrass Radio Airplay Chart

    Here again is our annual recounting of the Bluegrass Today Weekly Airplay Chart, showing the Top 30 songs played during 2015 based on total spins from bluegrass radio. It's a great mix of new songs from our music's top writers, along with

  • Christmas in the Smokies 2015

    Sell out crowds enjoyed the holidays early in Pigeon Forge, TN with the Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Festival, December 9-12. Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road served as the host band and Royce Jordan returned as emcee for the 19th annual

  • Doyle adds O Holy Night to iTunes

    The video we posted earlier this week of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver's arrangement of O Holy Night has been such a hit among their fans, that they have released the audio as a single through iTunes. It was recorded during the

  • O Holy Night from DL&Q

    How 'bout some more Christmas music? Here is Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver with one of the most beloved Christmas hymns, O Holy Night, a 19th century French poem put to music. It's been recorded by nearly every singer of note, and

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