• Four Days Of Infamy – Redux

    Earlier this evening John and I had the opportunity to attend the official screening of the 30 minute video Four Days Of Infamy. The video was produced by Craig Havighurst of String Theory Media and takes the viewer on the

  • Reels and Reels

    Located in Rochester, NY, the George Eastman House is a museum of photography and film housed in the mansion of the late George Eastman, the founder of Eastman Kodak Company. The museum is an independent non-profit, dedicated to educating people

  • More great new releases this week

    In addition to the new Charlie Sizemore CD we highlighted yesterday, there are several other notable bluegrass projects released on August 14 that are worthy of your attention. New from Rebel is Lovin' Pretty Women from The Steep Canyon Rangers. We

  • Lewis Family video shoot

    The Lewis Family is planning a family reunion on video - live concert video that is. The Andy Griffith Playhouse in Mt. Airy, NC will be the scene for two days of live concerts September 28-29 featuring The Lewis Family, Jeff

  • More Lester & Earl on DVD 10/9

    The Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum in Nashville has announced that the next two volumes of the Best Of Flatt & Scruggs TV Show will be released on DVD October 9, 2007. Like the first two volumes which

  • Station Inn Documentary Trailer

    Some time ago a documentary film about the Station Inn was produced by a friend of mine in Nashville. That film has yet to find it's way to DVD, but it is in the process. Nathan emailed me yesterday to

  • Jimbo Whaley – combo CD/DVD release

    Jimbo Whaley has a combo CD/DVD project set for release this weekend, An Evening With Jimbo Whaley & Friends. It was recorded (filmed) live at the Smith Family Theater in Pigeon Forge, TN in March of this year, and the

  • Bob Taylor – Mel Bay Instrumental Innovators

    Bob Taylor, the man behind the immensely popular Taylor Guitars, is the subject of a new documentary-style DVD distributed by Mel Bay Publications. It's part of their new Instrumental Innovators series, which profiles instrument makers who have had a major impact

  • Bradstock Documentary

    Those interested in festival documentaries will soon have another title to add to their collection. The Bradstock XIII festival that took place on the grounds of the Long Island Maritime Museum over Labor Day weekend 2006, was filmed and is