• Add your CD to the Gracenote database

    This post is a contribution from Mark Montgomery, president of echomusic, a Nashville-based company providing creative and marketing services to a variety of country and acoustic artists. He is also a past President of The Americana Music Association. The images Mark

  • The Bluegrass Way – People I Like

    This post is a contribution from world renowned podcast celebrity Wichita Rutherford. Be sure to visit his site 5MinutesWithWichita.com to listen to his weekly podcast featuring interviews with bluegrass stars. I don"t think I"m alone when I say I"ve never met

  • Wichita Rutherford – Cases are Sacred Places

    This post is a contribution from world renowned podcast celebrity Wichita Rutherford. Be sure to visit his site 5MinutesWithWichita.com to listen to his weekly podcast featuring interviews with bluegrass stars. Have you ever gotten a look inside somebody"s instrument case?

  • Bluegrass Music Trail Blog entry #2

    This post is a contribution from Amos Hopkins and Katy Graves, whose fundraising hike-a-thon of The Appalachian Trail, The Bluegrass Music Trail, is raising money to purchase bluegrass instruments and instruction for needy children in the Appalachian region. Find all

  • Red Shipley tribute/benefit concert

    This post is a contribution from Dave Roye, known to many of our readers as Crawdaddy Dave. Some of northern Virginia's finest bluegrass musicians will be performing in a musical tribute to bluegrass radio personality Red Shipley on Saturday, March 25th,

  • Pete Wernick at Berklee

    This post is a contribution from David Hollender, a professor at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He has been keeping us updated on the way bluegrass music and traditional acoustic instruments are being presented at the school. Pete and

  • Cathy Hicks remembers Louise Scruggs

    This post is a contribution from Cathy Hicks, who is both the wife and business manager for legendary bluegrass fiddler, Bobby Hicks. Cathy had the good fortune to become acquainted with Louise Scruggs, and like so many businesswomen in the

  • Steve Dilling remembers Louise Scruggs

    This post is a contribution from Steve Dilling, banjo player with IIIrd Tyme Out. Steve became acquainted with the Scruggses over the years, and shares a few thoughts about Louise's passing. I guess that my best remembrance of Louise Scruggs was