• More from DelFest 2012

    Here's an overview of DelFest 2012 from Shannon Turner, along with another batch of photos from Milo Farineau. Shannon Wayne Turner is a 20-year veteran of the music business, working in TV, radio, Internet and print. She’s spent most of her

  • Clay Hess Band Steps Out

    I had the pleasure to witness the debut public appearance of the Clay Hess Band, at the Pumpkin Park Music Hall in Milton, West Virginia on Friday night. Most bluegrass musicians and fans across the country were introduced to Clay

  • Hartford’s Sunday Night Firebox Bluegrass Series

    From the home of Colt’s Patent Firearms, Mark Twain and America’s insurance industry — Hartford, CT — comes an intimate Sunday afternoon bluegrass club experience at the award-winning Firebox Restaurant. Located at 539 Broad Street, in the shadow of the

  • Stetson & Cia CD release party

    The bluegrass stars were aligned, and in the audience, for the CD release party for new Americana/bluegrass duo Stetson & Cia last night. It all took place at the Hard Rock Café in Nashville, TN, and was streamed live via The

  • Seldom Scene hits middle age

    You never know what songs you’ll hear when the Seldom Scene is playing. Not only is the band entering it’s 41st year – giving the Scene one of the deepest catalogs around – but members regularly add new material to

  • Revelation at the Ryman

    If America has a post-country, post-bluegrass songwriter laureate, one who has absorbed and transcended the idioms of those genres to create a body of work that both mythologizes and humanizes a segment of American life as well as novelists like