• Concerts in GA at Randy Wood Guitars

    It's possible that many of our readers will recognize the name Randy Wood, known for quite some time as one of the premier luthiers in the fretted acoustic instrument world. His mandolins and guitars were regarded as among the finest

  • Nickel Creek videos on VH1

    Following up on the post about Sean Watkins' online CD release... VH1 has several Nickel Creek videos available online, including the two music video releases from their latest Sugar Hill release, Why Should The Fire Die, plus three songs from that

  • Sean Watkins CD released online

    Nickel Creek guitarist Sean Watkins has announced the release of his third solo project, Blinders On, and has enabled digital downloads of either individual tracks or the entire project from the Nickel Creek web site. Individual tracks are offered for $.99

  • New April Verch CD in February ’06

    Take Me Back is the title of the next Rounder Records CD project from Canadian fiddler and vocalist April Verch, due for a February 14, 2006 release. As with previous Verch CDs, this one is said to combine her love

  • ASCAP Songwriters Convention in April ’06

    The American Society of Composers and Performers, more commonly known as ASCAP, has announced plans for a national conference dedicated solely to songwriting and composing. The debut event, dubbed the I Create Music EXPO, is scheduled for April 20-22, 2006

  • Class Act and Don Light to combine efforts

    Maybe it's something in the water... Just yesterday, we posted about The Jackson Agency and New Frontier Touring working together to better represent a number of bluegrass acts. Today, we see that Class Act Entertainment and Don Light Talent have done

  • Dr. Banjo profiled in Denver Post

    The Denver Post has an interesting feature on Pete Wernick, by staff writer Ed Will, which includes both background and lengthy interviews with our own Dr. Banjo. The article is not so much about Pete's music, but on his

  • New magazine for acoustic instument lovers

    Fretboard Journal is a new quarterly magazine for acoustic instrument players, builders and collectors. The inaugural issue includes an interview with David Grisman, a history of Santa Cruz Guitars and a profile on "the Millionth Martin." Fretboard Journal is published and