• Mountains of Music launches this weekend

    This Friday, June 8, marks the start of the 2018 Mountains Of Music Homecoming, an 8-day celebration of traditional mountain music and arts across southwestern Virginia. Communities all along The Crooked Road will be hosting music, dance, cultural and foodie

  • Justin Jenkins back with Grasstowne

    Alan Bibey has made a personnel change in his revised and re-energized Grasstowne. Owing to her expanding commitments with Sister Sadies, Gena Britt has had to step aside from the band, and Al has welcomed former banjo picker Justin Jenkins

  • Kyrie Eleison drops from Love Canon

    One of the most fascinating aspects of the contemporary bluegrass scene is the segmentation that has occurred organically over the years. People come to the music on many paths, and can sample the wide variety of sounds on offer, settling

  • Anthony Howell to Williamson Branch

    Williamson Branch, the family band consisting of bluegrass veterans Kevin and Debbie Williamson and their three daughters, has announced the addition of Anthony Howell to the group. The 18-year old, recent high school graduate will play banjo, mandolin, and 3-finger

  • The Family Sowell to Behind The Mic

    The Family Sowell, known previously as the Sowell Family Pickers, is a family band based in Knoxville, TN. Like so many similar groups, they began when the oldest children were much younger in Texas, and they have now grown into

  • Churchmen on Gospel Music Showcase tomorrow

    The Churchmen will bring their bluegrass Gospel sound to the Daystar network's Gospel Music Showcase this Saturday, June 2, at 2:30 p.m. (EDT). The half hour show is hosted weekly by Guy Penrod of Gaither Vocal Band fame. Look for The Churchmen

  • Lonesome River Band is Calling Elvis

    Mountain Home Music has released a new single today from Lonesome River Band, which finds them once again pushing against the borders of bluegrass. Calling Elvis was a hit for Mark Knopfler and Dire Straits back in 1991. The song was

  • 3 more years for World of Bluegrass in Raleigh

    As expected, the International Bluegrass Music Association and the City of Raleigh, NC, jointly announced this morning that they had extended their agreement to host the organization's annual convention, World Of Bluegrass, in Raleigh for three more years. The Raleigh Convention

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