• Young Uns #4 – Samantha Casey

    Samantha Casey’s dad plays the banjo, and both her parents sing. They taught her to sing harmony around the house as a little child. Her mother learned to clog in high school and played the banjo in college but gave

  • Anna & Elizabeth: New Twists on Old Tales

    It’s often difficult for artists who play roots music to bridge the gap between traditional and modern styles in a convincing way. If they venture too far from established convention, they sound contrived; if they stick too closely to it,

  • Nu-Blu living the dream

    It just was last year that Nu-Blu’s song That’s What Makes The Bluegrass Blue was the most played song on SiriusXm’s Bluegrass Junction. While it may appear that are a ‘Nu’ band, they are not a new band at all. Daniel and

  • 45 years for The Bluegrass Experience

    Everybody loves anniversaries, right? There's something about the inherent difficulties of modern life that leads to a near universal sense of wonder when anything survives past a dozen years or so. These days it's rare to keep the same job throughout

  • Songwriter’s Back Story – Fox On the Run

    Greetings bluegrass friends and fellow fans. If you are reading this, I’m betting you are a fan of bluegrass music, probably have an impressive music collection and more than likely enjoy live music at festivals and concerts. No matter how or where

  • County Sales – 50 Years On

    David Freeman has received many plaudits, some given on a personal level and some, like the induction into IBMA’s Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame (in 2002), given, if not with some razzamatazz, with a greater public awareness. We can’t allow this

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