• Braeden Paul launches B. Paul Entertainment

    Braeden Paul came to bluegrass in the most traditional way possible. The young mandolinist and vocalist learned the music from his father and grandfather as a youngster growing up in Baton Rouge, LA. His attention was drawn most especially to

  • Welcome Mayla Droze!

    It's a veritable explosion of bluegrass babies in Nashville! Now the honor goes to Marija and Billy Droze, a pair of contemporary bluegrass singers and songwriters who are celebrating a new arrival. Mayla Carmen Droze was born earlier today in Nashville, the

  • Welcome Ryman List!

    Another bluegrass baby! Kristy Cox, noted contemporary bluegrass singer, and her husband, Travis List, are celebrating the birth of their first son. Cox, a native Australian, now lives in Tennessee, and has chosen a decidedly Music City name for their son. Ryman

  • Welcome Loretta Jo Richards!

    Josh Richards, guitarist/vocalist with Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, and his wife, Amy, are celebrating the birth of a baby girl. Loretta Jo Richards was born last night, March 6, 2019, at 11:04 p.m. in Jeffersonville, IN. She came into this world at

  • Congratulations Charli and Jay!

    A great many bluegrass hearts were broken this past weekend when Charli Robertson, fiddler and vocalist with Flatt Lonesome, was wed to Jay Shuler. The couple was married at the Parkway Baptist Church in Trinity, AL, with Charli's dad, Dolton Robertson II, and

  • Welcome Willow Troutman

    Eric Troutman, bass player with The Country Gentlemen Tribute Band, and his wife, Kristal, have welcomed their first daughter into the world. Willow Evieanna Troutman was born on February 18 at 11:29 a.m. in Harrisburg, PA. She came in weighing 9lb 2oz, and

  • Help Steve Dilling see again

    Steve Dilling has given his whole life to bluegrass music. He clearly loves the music, and people who cherish it love him back. Now we have a chance to repay his dedication during a time of need. He first popped up

  • John Starling enters Hospice Care

    From Virginia today comes that somber news that John Starling, a founding member of the Seldom Scene, is seriously ill. “It’s been a long two months, but my father, John Starling, is currently home and in hospice,” his son, Jay Starling