• Studio tips and pop psychology – part two

    Last week we were discussing the psychology of the studio experience, and we’ve come now to the critically important matter of the engineer. When we last left the studio, our engineer was mixing an album with 6 different self-producers surrounding him,

  • Another look at life in the studio

    The Night Drivers and I are in the studio this week in North Carolina, recording new material for Mountain Home, so I figured this would be a good time to offer up an “encore presentation” (rerun) of a column I

  • Can you feel the excitement?

    Most bluegrass musicians now exist in a digital world we didn’t create, one in which we have to dispense with all modesty and relentlessly hype ourselves on various social media. Let’s face it: some among us relish this opportunity to

  • Mr. Bluegrass Manners takes your questions

    It’s time for another etiquette-drenched edition of Mr. Bluegrass Manners. I’ve been sifting through my file of questions (which I’ve decided to label “File of Questions”) and here are the latest: Dear Mr. Bluegrass Manners, Could you tell me the proper way

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