• Far Away from The Snyder Family

    For someone who has kept a close eye on the growth of bluegrass music this past 45 years, there is nothing quite so gratifying as watching teen artists grow into iconic figures in our music. That time has seen Alison

  • David Mayfield comes back to bluegrass

    Guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter David Mayfield is not your typical bluegrass boy. He grew up in the fold, touring with his parents and his younger sister in their family bluegrass band, One Way Rider, even living on the road for

  • Carolina Blue to Poor Mountain Records

    Carolina Blue signs with Poor Mountain Records: Timmy Jones, Jonathan Buckner, Bobby Powell, and Rick Dollar Poor Mountain Records has announced the signing last week of Carolina Blue to the label. This is part of Poor Mountain's 2017 push to become

  • Brad Davis lauds Eddie Stubbs

    Those of us who have been in bluegrass since the early 1980s recall legendary broadcaster Eddie Stubbs not so much for his mastery of his on-air persona, but initially from his steady fiddle, bass vocal, and MC work with The

  • Sherri George now booking Blue Highway

    After many years associated with KCA Artists in Nashville, Blue Highway has announced that they will be be bringing booking and representation in-house, with all such duties now performed by their publicist, Sherri George. George has served as publicist and tour

  • Say What You Mean from East Of Monroe

    East Of Monroe is a Virginia/Maryland area band that exists to perform and record original material written by its members. Working together since 2010, they took their clever name from the fact that the DC capitol region does, in fact,

  • Grateful Ball live video for Althea

    The Travelin' McCourys and The Jeff Austin Band have released a live video shot during their successful Grateful Ball tour last year. The concept behind the tour was that each group would perform their standard show, followed by a jammin' joint

  • Phil Williams passes

    Vivian and Phil Williams Phil Williams, pioneering musician, promoter, and record company owner in the Pacific Northwest, died on February 16. He had been ill for some time and was 80 years when he passed. His was a familiar face in bluegrass

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