• IBMA Film Festival announces attractions

    The films to be screened during the debut IBMA Bluegrass Film Festival at the 2014 World of Bluegrass Convention have been announced. Eight different projects will be shown, including a pair of highlight films that were selected for special merit.

  • Last of the Breed in the stretch run

    Last of the Breed, a documentary film on the life and music of Dave Evans, is rounding the final pole, heading in to the back stretch. Filmmaker Matthew Pellowski tells us that he is now starting post production, with a

  • Future Folk on the road

    Attention Sci-Fi bluegrass fans across the US! Future Folk is on the prowl, promoting their film, The History of Future Folk, performing live, and taking questions from the audience. The movie is a fun farce about a pair of aliens sent

  • Live concert DVD from Dailey & Vincent

    For Dailey & Vincent fans, it's no secret that catching them live is the best way to enjoy their music. Sure, their recordings demonstrate the duo's stunning vocal abilities and arrangements, their knack for choosing - and writing - a good

  • Mind Over Matter trailer from G2

    G2 travelled from their native Sweden in April to record their next album, Mind Over Matter in Nashville. Previous projects had been tracked in Sweden, so this was a major change. Instead of recording a song here or there as

  • At The Feed & Seed wins major award

    At The Feed & Seed, an independent documentary film about the celebrated bluegrass venue in Fletcher, NC, picked up the Audience Award for Best Documentary at the 15th Annual Bare Bones International Film and Music Festival earlier this month. The film is

  • At The Feed & Seed

    Back in 2012 we did a feature on Feed & Seed, a unique music venue in Fletcher, NC housed in what was once a thriving local business, Fletcher Supply Company. It was part hardware store and part seed mill serving the

  • An Opry memory from Bobby Osborne

    Over the weekend, Bobby Osborne posted some memories of the Grand Ole Opry, recalling the day that the Opry officially moved from the Ryman Auditorium downtown to the new Opry House northeast of town. Along the way, he shares what