• Crowdsourcing success for The Banjo Project

    We've been bringing you news of The Banjo Project for some time now. Most recently we reported that the production was in need of funding to complete the editing process. Emmy winning producer Marc Fields took to the digital streets

  • MyJoogTV.com: Music and wine pairings

    Wine-Compass, MyJoog, and Digital media Generation announced this month the launch of MyJoogTV. This is a video series released on MyJoogTV.com pairing musicians with winemakers, brewers, and distillers. The purpose of the show is to present a window in the inspiration

  • A feel good bluegrass story

    A rare few of us have never had trouble meeting new people or standing in front of an audience. Most people can relate to being a little bashful at times, especially as a kid. Some of us come out of

  • Steve Martin gets rich off bluegrass

    Master funny man, and respected banjoist Steve Martin is getting rich off bluegrass music. If his film career has not provided for him, then surely his music career will. Specifically in view here is the obscene amount of money Martin

  • Iranian Folk Musicians Visit The Bluegrass Museum

    Bluegrass had international influences bound up in its genesis, but it developed as a uniquely American music form. As the genre has matured, it has grown to become a truly international musical style, with fans and practitioners of the music

  • Free Christmas music from People Magazine

    People Magazine has once again published a Country Special Issue for the year end, including a playlist of free music through the iTunes music store. This year, bluegrass luminaries Dailey & Vincent are included, with the musical holiday offering of

  • MusicLine by Stephanie P. Ledgin

    Bluegrass lover and music journalist Stephanie P. Ledgin has just announced a new service called MusicLine. In today's fast-paced world, Ledgin saw a problem and developed a solution. The problem is that music publications are overloaded with new products (recordings,

  • Bluegrass Museum on World Progress Report

    The International Bluegrass Music Museum is getting some new press. World Progress Report with Joan Lunden, recently filmed a piece about the museum. The video is very well done and presents bluegrass music in general, the IBMM in particular, in

  • Del McCoury goes into syndication

    Mr. Bluegrass is going into syndication. Del McCoury has had a successful five year run on SiriusXM with his radio show, Hand-Picked with Del McCoury, but now with the help of John Boy and Billy Radio, he is moving into

  • Bluegrass at Vol State

    Bluegrass music continues to garner attention in the halls of academia. When I was a student in 1990's, there were only two options for pursuing bluegrass music at the college level, SPC and ETSU. I chose SPC and had a