• Beautiful Nothing – The Kruger Brothers

    The Kruger Brothers are well-known to bluegrass audiences for their many years of touring and recording in the US since emigrating from Switzerland in their youth. But their appeal crosses beyond the strictures of genre, both for their undeniable virtuosity

  • Casting call for Bristol Sessions film

    If you live in that part of the country where Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina collide - and can play an instrument and sing old time country music - here's an opportunity to be included in a new film

  • Work on Niall Toner documentary begins 

    Irish bluegrass musician, song-writer, radio broadcaster, and Pinecastle Records recording artist Niall Toner will be the subject of a documentary being made by Dublin-based New Decade TV Media Ltd. The documentary comes about due to the close friendship between Toner and

  • IBMA Film Festival selections announced

    The International Bluegrass Music Association has announced the selections for their 2015 IBMA Film Festival, held in conjunction with their annual World of Bluegrass convention. Two films have been chosen as highlights to be presented during the mid-week business conference, and

  • The Kelley Gibson Story

    Sean Ackerman has a curious sort of cross-training. Prior to entering a study of child psychiatry after medical school, he was a film student at New York University, which gave him the perfect preparation for his latest project. It's a film

  • Sammy and Mike honor Steve Martin

    Sammy Shelor and Mike Hartgrove of Lonesome River Band were invited to perform at last night's gala honoring Steve Martin with the 43rd American Film Institute’s Life Achievement Award. They were featured onstage with comedian/actor Martin Short singing the song, Friend Of Mine. While

  • Rhonda and the Rage DVD shoot

    Rhonda Vincent & The Rage are set to record another live concert DVD, a decade after her first, Ragin' Live, was released by Rounder Records in 2015. Filming is set for next Monday and Tuesday at the Bethel Performing Arts Center,

  • Sam Bush film wins Nashville film festival

    Revival: The Sam Bush Story, which debuted last week during the Nashville Film Festival, was announced as the winner of the festival's Audience Choice Award for best music documentary. It had two showings during the festival, and the premiere turned

  • How To Write A Banjo Concerto comes to VOD

    Finally! The 2014 film How To Write A Banjo Concerto, which follows BĂ©la Fleck through the process of conceiving and composing The Imposter, is being released to video on demand. Starting tomorrow, April 21, viewers will be able to watch