• Graham Sharp: A Ton of Talent

    Graham Sharp. Last name fits. Absolutely nothing dull about this guy. Sharp as a tack, in fact. He rips banjo rolls, belts out bold baritone, and plays the harmonica with hurricane force, sometimes all on the same song! He is

  • Q&A with Katy Daley – Paul Beard

    Paul Beard has been a luthier and builder of resonator guitars at Beard Guitars in his hometown of Hagerstown, Maryland since 1985. His mother was a housewife who raised three children and his father worked as a purchasing agent at

  • F5 Touches Down in the Bluegrass World

    It’s a band! It’s acoustic! It’s Steelwind! And they are taking the Oklahoma bluegrass scene by storm. Recently, I had the opportunity to visit with the young duo who lead the band, Blake Parks and Michael Henneberry, both Oklahoma natives. Coming from

  • Sierra Hull mesmerizes at Guthrie

    Sierra Hull at the 2017 annual Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival - photo by Pamm Tucker With a full moon rising, Sierra Hull took the stage at the 21st Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival, a lawn-full of bluegrass music enthusiasts waiting and watching. It

  • John Lawless of Bluegrass Today

    John Lawless addresses the audience at the 2017 IBMA Special Awards ceremony - photo by Frank Baker For John Lawless, editor and co-founder of Bluegrass Today, receiving an IBMA Distinguished Achievement Award “was a bit surreal.” According to Lawless, being at

  • Terry Herd of Bluegrass Today

    Some old records, a game of hide and seek, and a rusty banjo string first set broadcaster and businessman Terry Herd on the path towards the world of bluegrass. What began with a love of sharing music with friends reached

  • Rhiannon Giddens talks bluegrass and IBMA

    Daniel Mullins had a chance to chat yesterday evening with Rhiannon Giddens shortly she delivered her keynote address to open the 2017 World Of Bluegrass convention in Raleigh, NC. Rhiannon, who will be familiar to bluegrass fans as a former

  • Featured Showcase Artist: Mile Twelve

    The Bluegrass Ramble at IBMA’s World of Bluegrass in Raleigh, NC, provides fans with a chance to see two types of bands: established groups with significant lineup changes or a new sound, and up-and-comers who are beginning to break out

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