• Vintage bluegrass posters

    Here's a fun site with images of vintage music show posters. It's run by Mitch Diamond, who calls himself The Kardboard Kid. Mitch has been collecting these posters and hand bills since 1970, and has amassed a substantial number

  • Bob Amos songwriter chat tonight

    Tonight (March 20) will find bluegrass singer/songwriter Bob Amos as the guest on The Bluegrass Guide's monthly Songwriter Chat. Bob is a founding member of Colorado's Front Range, and has a new CD with his Bob Amos Band, Reels Of

  • A Kentucky Treasure: The J.D. Crowe Story

    H. Russell Farmer (Russ), had spent the last 30 years producing and directing programming for Kentucky Educational Television (KET), one of the largest public/educational TV networks in the country. Numerous broadcasting awards have come his way, and bluegrass fans are

  • McCoury Music previews new Sparks CD

    McCoury Music has four tracks from the upcoming Larry Sparks CD, The Last Suit You Wear, available for online listening on their MySpace page. The CD is due for release shortly on the McCoury label, produced by Don Rigsby and

  • Infamous Stringdusters on WDVX

    Just a reminder that The Infamous Stringdusters will be performing live on WDVX today (3/19) at noon, eastern time. The show, Blue Plate, is broadcast from Knoxville, TN at 89.9 FM, but is also offered online via streaming audio. It

  • David Harvey bids farewell… for now

    Brance told us in early February that mandolinist Davide Harvey would be leaving his position with The Claire Lynch Band. Claire has just posted an open letter which David wrote to fans and friends of the band, to share the reasons

  • BanjoTalk.com goes live on Sunday

    With all the talk here on Bluegrass Today of late about Internet radio, here's a new wrinkle on an old staple - a phone-in talk show about banjos, cybercast online. David Pericone has launched a new site - and a new