• Too Blue’s Trouble With The Grey

    Eric Gibson calls Too Blue’s work “music for grown-ups,” and it’s easy to see why on the New York band’s second CD, Trouble With The Grey. This is part jazz – think big-band swing and the Andrews Sisters – part Patsy

  • New Honors for Eddie Adcock and Tom Gray

    Bassist Tom Gray and banjo picker Eddie Adcock, who have long careers in bluegrass since their trailblazing days with the Country Gentlemen in the 1960s are this year’s winners of the Washington Monument Award from the D.C. Bluegrass Union. They’ll pick

  • R.I.P Kelley Gibson

    Our condolences to Eric and Leigh Gibson and their families following the death of their father on Saturday. Unless you lived near him in upstate New York, you probably didn’t know Kelley J. Gibson. But if you’re a fan of the

  • The Grascals Find a Mountain Home

    The planets seem to be lining up nicely for The Grascals this year. The band is putting the finishing touches on a new album, and the ink is still drying on their one-record deal with Mountain Home. “I think we’re in

  • Lincoln Meyers Moves On

    Hot picker Lincoln Meyers has moved on from Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen. Frank says 21-year-old Chris Luquette will handle guitar duties during the band’s two-week tour of Alaska that starts later in January. Chris is likely to be a short-term

  • Many A Mile with Eddie and Martha

    It took me just seconds to break into a broad smile the first time I listened to Many a Mile, the recent release from Eddie & Martha Adcock with Tom Gray and Friends (Patuxent Music). As soon as Eddie’s banjo kicked

  • Dailey & Vincent Show Their Gospel Side

    Dailey & Vincent are back – in a big way. The much-honored and incredibly talented duo will release their newest project, The Gospel Side of Dailey and Vincent on Monday. Like their chart-topping, Grammy nominated Dailey & Vincent Sing the Statler

  • Seldom Scene hits middle age

    You never know what songs you’ll hear when the Seldom Scene is playing. Not only is the band entering it’s 41st year – giving the Scene one of the deepest catalogs around – but members regularly add new material to

  • Stacy Grubb at Kickstarter

    She calls herself “a label’s worst nightmare” – a bit too country for bluegrass and a bit too grassy for country. So Stacy Grubb is using Kickstarter to try to raise funds for her new CD. The West Virginia songbird has