• 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

  • 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

  • Busy year for Lonesome Day Records

    We reported in November 2013 about Randall Deaton and Lonesome Day Records taking on a new partner, offering the small independent label the opportunity to record and release on a more aggressive schedule. It will also allow Deaton to expand

  • A Richard Bennett tasting

    In advance of its May 27 release, Lonesome Day Records has offered a taste of the music from In The Wind Somewhere by Richard Bennett to our readers at Bluegrass Today. After several years off the road, working at a variety show

  • Welcome the Dukes of Drive

    Is there anyone more beloved inside bluegrass music than Terry Baucom? His banjo style is plainly definitive of the link between Earl Scruggs, through J.D. Crowe, and on to modern 1-4-5 drive. On top of that, he is among the kindest,

  • Richard Bennett and Wyatt Rice to tour

    Two of today's most noted practitioners of the Tony Rice guitar style are teaming up for selected tour dates next year and beyond. Wyatt Rice is Tony's brother, who learned at the master's knee and has served as his rhythm

  • New album coming from Richard Bennett

    Lonesome Day Records has announced that a new recording from guitarist/vocalist Richard Bennett will be forthcoming in 2014. The label had released his Last Train From Poor Valley album during the summer of 2012, a project that had been cut

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