• Karen Miller Porter says goodbye

    Bluegrass Today's Terry Herd shared this profile of Karen Miller Porter, with whom he has worked for several years in her capacity as Executive Director of the Owensboro/Daviess County Convention and Visitors Bureau, a position she has just vacated. Bluegrass music fans have

  • Remembrance of Doc from Jack Lawrence

    This personal remembrance of Doc Watson comes from Jack Lawrence, Doc's longtime friend, road companion and musical partner. Lawrence worked with Watson from the time Merle Watson passed until Doc retired. His latest recording, Arthel's Guitar, is recently released.   It is hard

  • The Doc Watson Principles

    This remembrance of Doc Watson on the first anniversary of his death is a contribution from Kent Gustavson, author of the Watson biography, Blind But Now I See. Kent also serves as editor of Blooming Twig Books, based in Tulsa,

  • Rhonda on George Jones

    Rhonda Vincent shared this lovely remembrance of the late George Jones, which she has also published on her web site. I sit here overcome with sadness, as the news of the passing of George Jones seems to overwhelm my every thought. A

  • Site navigation for artist web sites

    Our friends at Bandzoogle have shared another set of critical factors for artists and bands to consider when creating or managing their web sites. This contribution comes from Dave Cool, Director of Artist Relations at Bandzoogle, and a recognized expert

  • Life without Earl

    This tribute to Earl Scruggs on the anniversary of his passing is a contribution from Jim Mills, a life-long student of Scruggs-style banjo, and a serious collector of the sort of pre war Gibson banjos that Earl played. Jim also

  • Alvin Breeden remembered

    This remembrance of Alvin Breeden, who passed away earlier this week, is a contribution from Geoff Stelling. Alvin played a Stelling banjo, and the two of them became friends Geoff moved his company to central Virginia in the early 1980s.