• Life’s Been Good – Grassland Band

    In the 1990s, guitarist and singer/songwriter Ed Krizini got together with some friends and formed The Grassland Band. While the original configuration was short-lived, Krizini would continue to use the name for this New Jersey-based ensemble, which has recorded a

  • The Flood – Rock Ridge

    Along with founders Rick and Josie Grant on mandolin and rhythm guitar respectively, Rock Ridge further consists of Dale and Suzanne Adkins on banjo and bass. The vocals are largely centered around Dale and Josie, as evidenced from the opening

  • Greener Grass – Billy Swinson

    Though mandolinist, singer, and songwriter Billy Swinson has roots in Eastern North Carolina, he's lived the last twenty years in Florida performing with several regional acts. Swinson's solo effort, Greener Grass, combines his original music alongside some of bluegrass music's most prominent

  • Shadow of the Cross – The Churchmen

    What began as a group of bluegrass musicians playing at a men's fellowship gathering thirty three years ago has turned into a ministry, presenting God's word through song, which hasn't slowed for nearly 35 years. The Churchmen's latest release, Shadow of

  • Smoky Mountain Favorites – Boone & Foster

    Like many musicians and creative artists during the COVID pandemic, Aaron Foster and Troy Boone decided to record a project in order to keep themselves and other friends actively playing music, based around what the duo had been playing together at Ole

  • People, Places and Songs – Greg Blake

    Though Greg Blake has been in the bluegrass industry for some time, he's been gaining even more recognition within the last few years as vocalist and guitar player with Special Consensus, along with his own band, Greg Blake & Hometown.

  • Losing Game – David Peterson & 1946

    Whenever an artist such as David Peterson releases a new recording, you know exactly what to expect. One of the foremost practitioners of traditional acoustic music, Peterson always selects first rate material, and surrounds himself with top tier instrumentalists that

  • It’s Just Me – Larry Sparks

    When thinking of Larry Sparks, the one word that comes to mind is soul. It's a word that not only sums up his crooning vocal tone and his lead guitar playing, but it encompasses who Larry is as an artist,

  • Final Chapter – Lost & Found

    In late 2013 Lost & Found began work on a new recording at Mountain Fever Records. Due to health issues being faced by the group's founder, Allen Mills, the project was shelved for some time. Now, ten years later, we

  • Great Blue North – Special Consensus

    Since Greg Cahill co-founded Special Consensus with Marc Edelstein in 1975, the band has covered a lot of ground in their forty eight years of music making. With twenty one albums to their credit, several of Special C's more recent