• Into My Own – Bryan Sutton

    For a great many years, Bryan Sutton has flown under a lot of people's radar. Those 'in the know,' or closely connected to the acoustic music world, recognized the fiery flatpicker as the first guitar gunslinger with Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky

  • Sleepy Man Banjo Boys do Jimmy Kimmel

    Fans of teenaged grassers Sleepy Man Banjo Boys will want to stay up late, or set their DVRs, to catch the boys on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show on Monday night. They will surely be featuring a song from their upcoming

  • Jeff Austin exits Yonder Mountain String Band

    Yonder Mountain String Band has announced the departure of mandolinist/vocalist Jeff Austin, who is leaving the group to pursue his solo career, and support his upcoming solo project which he discussed with us several months back. In a statement issued this

  • Seldom Scene…Long Time

    Until the rich history of the Seldom Scene is laid down in book form, the band's newest CD, Long Time…Seldom Scene, will serve as a terrific Cliff’s Notes version of the story and music. Long Time, released today by Smithsonian Folkways,

  • Nighthawk from Danny Roberts

    Danny Roberts, The Grascals' mando man, has a new CD set for a May release on Mountain Home Music. Nighthawk highlights Danny's creative side with ten new tunes for mandolin, and his extra talented family, wife Andrea and daughter Jaelee. Both are

  • On This Day #27 – Delia Bell

    On This Day …. On 16 April, circa 1938, Delia Bell (nee Delia Nowell) was born in Bonham, Texas. As a child Bell relocated to Hugo, Oklahoma, and, inspired by the bluegrass music of the Stanley Brothers and Bill Monroe, she began

  • Captivated – Ashley Lewis

    Fans of Sierra Hull and Alison Krauss who have been waiting impatiently for new albums from their favorite ethereal-voiced songstresses may be able to find a fix in the new album from Ashley Lewis. Lewis, a mandolin player and singer