• 20 Things You Didn’t Know about Breaking Grass

    20 Things You Didn't Know About... is a new recurring feature here at Bluegrass Today where noted Nashville publicist Claire Ratliff of Laughing Penguin Publicity compiles interesting tidbits about bluegrass artists you know and love. We start today with Mississippi's

  • Jim Nunally talks to Bluegrass Today

    Jim Nunally, a San Francisco Bay Area native, has enjoyed a varied musical journey, not only as a musician, but as a composer, record producer and teacher. He had been preceded in that journey by his guitar-playing grandfather, an Arkansas native,

  • Gospel Choices #6 – Wayne Rice

    Caricature of Wayne Rice by JP's Custom Caricature Here’s the fifth contribution of a periodical feature, where we ask bluegrass personalities to choose their top five Gospel songs. This week we hear from celebrated radio host Wayne Rice. Somebody Touched Me

  • The Cherokee Maidens – Bluegrass from Birth

    What began as a gig for Monica Taylor at the Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival, (which is held in Guthrie, OK), was actually a great opportunity knocking on her door. Robin Macy’s mom, after hearing Monica perform, said “You should meet

  • Rattle Dem Bones – Barry Patton

    This profile on Barry "Bones" Patton is a contribution from Pamm Tucker, Entertainment Editor with Americana Media Group. Rhythm bones (in some form) date back to early civilization. They have been excavated in Mesopotamian graves (3000 BC), depicted on Egyptian reliefs

  • Q&A with Katy Daley – Alan Munde

    Katy spent a good while on the phone recently with Alan Munde, surely among the most celebrated banjo players of his generation, to talk about his long career in bluegrass. In addition to being a trendsetter on the five string,

  • Sit A Spell with Jesse McReynolds

    Here's another interview conducted by the folks at the Mountains of Music Homecoming celebration, set to kick off tomorrow across southwestern Virginia. Dozens of events will be hosted that celebrate the music, culture, cuisine, and folkways of the Appalachian region,

  • Bobby Osborne – Still Going Strong

    Bluegrass music icon Bobby Osborne proves he’s not down for the count with his new CD, Original. “I really thought I was never going to get to record anymore,” the 85-year-old legend told Bluegrass Today. “I tried three or four of

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