• Knee-Deep In Bluegrass adds WLSC

    For all you bluegrass fans in South Carolina, here's a bit of good news. WLSC in Loris, SC (25 miles from Myrtle Beach) recently changed hands, and the new owners are friends of bluegrass music. New studios are being constructed for

  • Bluegrass too depressing to be a state song?

    For the last ten years, the state of Virginia has been without a state song. This proves to be a confusing situation for those in charge of sporting events and public inaugurations. The search for a new song has continually

  • Gaither’s Country-Bluegrass Homecoming

    This past week in Nashville a number of bluegrass and country acts came together to participate in the taping of the next Gaither Homecoming DVD. This time around it's country and bluegrass gospel music throughout. Of course, all the performances

  • Bluegrass Blog on the radio this morning

    Don't forget that our own John Lawless will be interviewed this morning on the Lonesome Pine RFD show, carried on WFDU 89.1 FM. The show broadcasts from Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey, and serves the New York City metro market.

  • Clarence White in Acoustic Guitar Magazine

    The latest edition of Acoustic Guitar Magazine features an article written by guitar master Scott Nygaard, entitled Flying High: Clarence White Feature Lesson. The article includes a good bit of historical information about Clarence, including his influences, and comments from some

  • Dailey & Vincent: the CD

    Every once in a while a CD comes along that just stuns me. Just before Thanksgiving the new CD by Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent landed in my mailbox. I had been anticipating this CD ever since Jamie told me

  • Sell your video in iTunes with TuneCore

    It can be argued that a music video is a good promotional tool. And while that may be true, bluegrass artists seeking to get a video out to their fans have quite probably felt some frustration. Youtube and other online

  • What are you thankful for?

    On this wonderful fall morning in Virginia, John and I would like to extend a hearty Thank You to all who faithfully read Bluegrass Today. We love what we do, and we're thankful for the opportunity to pursue something we