• Pickin’ On Shania Twain coming in January

    CMH Records has three new titles in their Pickin' On instrumental bluegrass series due in January 2006. To date, nearly 200 recorded projects have been released in the series, each featuring bluegrass arrangements of songs from the recorded repertoire of

  • NPR does bluegrass on Christmas Day

    Tim Stafford and Rob Ickes of Blue Highway will be featured guests on the Christmas Day edition of NPR's All Things Considered radio program. Tim reports that they conducted a lengthy interview with Debbie Elliott, host of Weekend All Things

  • Christmas blogging – a reminder

    Just a quick note to remind our readers that new content will continue to appear each day on Bluegrass Today through the Christmas weekend. If you have gotten into the habit of checking the site each day, we hope that

  • Episode #8 – Kerry Hay

    In episode #8 of The GrassCast Brance has a conversation with Kerry Hay, owner of Hay Holler Records. Hay Holler has recently released a Christmas CD, Christmas with Hay Holler, and Kerry tells about the disc, the artists who are

  • Bluegrass Tracks on the air

    Bluegrass Tracks is the name of a new bluegrass radio show, airing on ACTV-4 in Hiawassee, GA. ACTV-4 is a local origination television channel owned and operated by Alltel Cable Television, serving portions of Northeast Georgia and Western North Carolina. Yes...

  • Bluegrass at The Kennedy Center

    March 26, 2006 is the date for a very special Grand Ole Opry show at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. The show is a part of three week festival at The Kennedy Center,

  • New bluegrass show in Boston

    We heard recently from Carly Nix, who will be launching a new folk/bluegrass radio show on the Boston University radio station, WTBU. Her show will be entitled Over Yonder! and will run for two hours, once a week when it

  • Introducing Bill Evans

    It's a great pleasure to introduce Bill Evans as a Guest Contributor. Bill is one of my oldest friends in the bluegrass world, and I take a measure of personal pride in seeing the success he has achieved as both