• Hardrock, Coco and Joe from Tom Adams

    OK folks... Thanksgiving is behind us, so let the onslaught of Christmas music begin! Today we have a new recording from Tom Adams, reaching back to the catalog of the singing cowboys in the first half of the 20th century. Hardrock, Coco

  • Daniel Greeson – 15 Fiddle Tunes

    The latest release from Patuxent Records' astounding youth movement is a self-titled fiddle album from Jamestown, NC bowman Daniel Greeson. For a musician not yet 18 years old, Mr. Greeson displays a remarkable command of bluegrass fiddle, and of the

  • More photos from Loudoun

    As promised, here are more of Frank Baker's photos from last weekend's Loudoun Bluegrass Festival. This batch captures the competition, the barn dance and the overall Loudoun vibe. This weekend, Frank will be snagging images at Gettysburg. Look for those

  • Circa Blue’s A Darker Blue

    The new release from Circa Blue is accurately named. In A Darker Blue, this Northern Maryland trio puts the blues in bluegrass. The title gives a solid hint, of course. Further evidence comes from a glance through the titles of the

  • 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

  • Your Old Standby – Scott Brannon

    Those who have listened regularly to the Ray Davis show or are familiar with some of the Plum Pitiful recordings that have been released down through the years will be familiar with the name Scott Brannon, a regular in Davis’s

  • 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

  • Darren Beachley is back

    The best laid plans of mice and men... Veteran bluegrass singer Darrin Beachley had fully intended to dedicate himself to a new career in the medical field. Sure, he loved the bluegrass life, but the allure of regular paychecks and company

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