• How it come to be wrote: Some Day

    This post is a contribution from Tim Stafford, founding member of bluegrass supergroup Blue Highway, and a celebrated and sought-after songwriter and producer outside of the band. He was also a member of Alison Krauss & Union Station before the

  • Why I Love Christmas

    This post is a contribution from Cindy Baucom. Cindy hosts the syndicated radio show Knee Deep In Bluegrass. She is also the IBMA 2005 Bluegrass Broadcaster of the Year. When I think about some of my happiest memories, Christmas-time always comes

  • Bluegrass Christmas Memories

    This post is a contribution from Stephanie Dilling. Stephanie is the daughter of IIIrd Tyme Out banjoist Steve Dilling. She writes a monthly column for Bluegrass Now magazine. Check out Stephanie's website at sdilling.com. I was asked to write about a

  • Christmas in California

    This post is a contribution from Bill Evans, a prominent West Coast banjo player, instructor and bluegrass entreprenuer. You can find out more about Bill and his various ventures on his web site. Christmas in California isn"t really all that much

  • A Van Halen bluegrass record?

    This post is a contribution from Brad Davis. Brad is a guitarist, singer, songwriter, and recording engineer who has worked with a literal who's-who in bluegrass music. Visit Brad online at braddavismusic.com. Not long ago, I was called to cut some

  • The Power of the Music

    This post is a contribution from Greg Cahill, founder of, and banjo picker with Special Consensus. Greg has also been an active member of the IBMA, and a very effective bluegrass ambassador, bringing the music to non-bluegrass audiences all over

  • A Banjo Player’s Pilgrimage

    This post is a contribution from Alan Munde, banjo legend, teacher, performer, and writer. Be sure to check out Alan's band The Alan Munde Gazette. I have been teaching banjo in the Creative Arts Department (when I began it was known

  • Serious threat to bluegrass?

    The following is an unsolicited contribution from Ted Lehmann, a regular reader of Bluegrass Today. The views expressed are his, and are not necessarily those of the authors of Bluegrass Today. Commenting is enabled for all ViewPoint posts, so please

  • Would Bluegrass make a good PDF?

    This post is a contribution from Alan Stewart, co-host of The Marketer"s Podcast, where you"ll hear tips, tools and tactics for marketing your business both online and offline. Comments are enabled for Alan's post so please feel free to share

  • Wichita on buttermilk biscuits and grits

    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. Buttermilk biscuits and grits. Buttermilk biscuits and grits. If