• Kentucky Blue from Billy Droze

    Rural Rhythm Records has released a second single from their upcoming project with Billy Droze. Still a young man at 29, Droze has already written hit songs for The Grascals (I Know Better and Her Memory Again) plus popular album cuts

  • Columbus Stockade Blues drops for Billy Droze

    Billy Droze is about to become a household name among lovers of bluegrass music. Remember... you read it here first. Those working in our industry have recognized his talents for years, writing songs for The Grascals, Junior Sisk, Flatt Lonesome, Marty

  • Grassers score big win at the ACMs

    While Chris Stapleton, former guitarist and lead singer for The Steeldrivers, continued his march through the country music institutions last night in Las Vegas, his dominance at the Academy of Country Music awards last night also included spots for several of

  • Longneck Blues from Junior Sisk

    Mountain Fever Records has released a debut single from their upcoming Junior Sisk album, Poor Boy's Pleasure. This will be their first record for Junior and his band, Rambler's Choice. The single, Longneck Blues, features a duet between Junior and his

  • 4 – Alan Bibey & Grasstowne

    What's up with Grasstowne? That's a question I've heard more than a few times this past few years. Founder and mandolinist Alan Bibey has seen a lot of changes with this band in the nine years since they formed as a

  • Band of Ruhks video coming soon

    Fresh off the success of their debut album, Band of Ruhks is putting the finishing touches on a music video for the first single, Coal Mining Man. Bassist and vocalist Ronnie Bowman tells us that they have already shot footage of

  • Rambling Rooks are now Band of Ruhks

    Ronnie Bowman is really excited about the upcoming album from Band of Ruhks, formerly known as The Rambling Rooks. And when Ronnie gets excited, he starts to gush. No holding back for this successful Nashville songwriter, who possesses one of

  • Dream Big – Darrell Webb

    If you get a good look at Darrell Webb, he doesn't appear to be old enough to have spent 20 years working professionally in bluegrass. In fact, he won't turn 40 until later this month, and got his start touring with

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