Latest News

  • Rhonda Vincent at Tree Lighting in New York City

    On December 5, Rhonda Vincent was invited to be a part of the annual New York Stock Exchange Christmas tree lighting ceremony. This event has been a highlight on the Manhattan holiday calendar since it was started back in 1923, with people coming down to the financial district to watch

    Read More
  • My Old Tattoo video from Band Of Ruhks

    Rebel Records has released a new music video today from the Band of Ruhks, the second single from their current album, Authentic. It's a clever look at the old favorite breakup song format, sung by mandolinist Don Rigsby, and written by Don along with Ronnie Bowman and Billy Droze. The singer

    Read More
  • Calvin Lawson passes

    Calvin Lawson, co-host of the popular Sunday morning bluegrass radio show, Sweet Brenda & Him, and co-promoter of the Rockahock Bluegrass Festival in Lanexa, VA, died this past Tuesday, December 10. He was 76 years of age. Along with his wife, Brenda, Calvin has been active in bluegrass for many years, especially

    Read More
  • Day 1 – Bluegrass Christmas in the Smokies

    This report from Bluegrass Christmas in the Smokies is a contribution from Melanie Wilson, principal with Wilson Pickins Promotions. Bluegrass Christmas in the Smokies 2019 kicked off with an energetic show packed full of well known tunes and comedic breaks from the beloved Daughters of Bluegrass. Three of the “Daughters” founding

    Read More
  • Ask Sonny Anything… Up This Hill and Down

    Ask Sonny Anything is a recurring feature where our readers pose questions to the great Sonny Osborne, one half of the iconic Osborne Brothers who redefined bluegrass music in the 1960s, and noted banjo maven and collector of fine prewar instruments. Everyone is encouraged to pose queries of your own

    Read More
  • Time Has Made A Change – Jeff Parker & Company

    Granted, the billing sounds more like a consulting firm than a bluegrass band, but in truth, Jeff Parker & Company have been entertaining audiences with their down home sounds for more than three decades. A native of central Kentucky, Parker developed his chops playing mandolin in the company of such

    Read More
Email Newsletter icon, E-mail Newsletter icon, Email List icon, E-mail List icon Enter your email to have our newsletter delivered directly to your inbox

Latest Bluegrass Music News More

View Past Articles