• Appalachian Hymns – Chosen Road

    Although Chosen Road has been performing and ministering together for nearly twelve years, they have found their most recent success after partnering with Song Garden Music Group and releasing Appalachian Worship last year, which found immediate success on Billboard’s Top

  • Renaissance – Valerie Smith

    Valerie Smith is known in the bluegrass world as both a premier vocalist and songwriter. On her newest release, Renaissance, Smith has given us a collection of songs that focus on varying life themes, such as love, regret, and acceptance. While

  • Folk For Little Folk – Gordie MacKeeman

    Canadian fiddler, Gordie MacKeeman (also known by the stage name, Crazylegs due to his style of dancing) has released the first volume of Folk For Little Folk. Though the recording is primarily intended for a children's audience, MacKeeman has approached

  • On A Saturday Night – J.M. Clifford

    When the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020, it proved to be a deeply challenging time for many around the globe. For musical artists, the ensuing lockdown became a fruitful time, creatively speaking. This was especially true for Brooklyn based singer/songwriter,

  • 4.0 – The Farm Hands

    Since first forming eleven years ago, The Farm Hands have garnered considerable recognition for their tasteful blend of bluegrass and Gospel music. Although the group started its journey as a quartet, they have recently expanded to five members, ultimately allowing

  • How I Hear It – Jeremy Stephens

    Jeremy Stephens, primarily known to bluegrass audiences as the front man for the rising ensemble, High Fidelity, has stepped out front and center for his second solo release on Rebel Records. How I Hear It is a collection of material