• Sam Bush on the Opry

    For the first time Sam Bush will appeared on the Grand Ole Opry under his own band name. He has played the Opry stage many times as a side man for various artists and still recalls his first appearance. The

  • IBMA Awards Candidates – Ballot 2

    I've compiled a list of links to the candidates from ballot 2 of the 2005 IBMA awards ballots. This list is not exhaustive (though it was exhausting to put together). It includes all candidates I could find a link for

  • Blogging in the news.

    U.S. News and World Report has an interesting article online from their current issue. While focused mainly on corporate blogs, we felt some of the content might be of interest to the bluegrass community. Here are a couple of excerpts. While

  • Introductory Table Of Contents

    If you are new to Bluegrass Today, or blogging in general, here is a table of contents for the introductory articles on this site. These articles explain the concept of "blogging" and the purpose of this site. Each link will

  • Coming Soon

    Welcome to Bluegrass Today. A central clearinghouse for bluegrass news and information of interest to anyone who follows bluegrass music. We are still working on the site design and layout, but hope to launch very soon. We'll start with a

  • What is a blog?

    For those unfamiliar with the term, the word "blog" is a contraction of its original name, "web log." A blog might best be described as a web-based publication consisting of a number of posts, with new posts added on a

  • How you can contribute.

    You may be wondering how you can take advantage of Bluegrass Today to publish your news item, press release, radio update, etc. Well, it couldn't be easier. Just use the form below and send us your content. We will review

  • Who are we?

    Bluegrass Today is authored by John Lawless and Brance Gillihan (detailed bios below). While maintaining no pretense about journalistic credentials, the authors' many years of experience in, and intimate familiarity with the bluegrass music industry on multiple levels makes them