• Greg Cahill on recent UK/Ireland tour

    The following article, originally titled Greg Cahill - Reflections From On The Road, appears in the current issue of British Bluegrass News (Spring 2009). He composed it upon returning from a three week tour by Special Consensus in the British

  • Billboard Bluegrass Chart Returns

    During the summer of 2008, Billboard Magazine reduced the number of charts included in the print edition of the magazine. The Bluegrass chart was one of the casualties. Removed from the print edition, it was only available to subscribers via

  • Bluegrass Unlimited – April ’09

    Editor Sharon McGraw tells us that the April 2009 issue of Bluegrass Unlimited will be in the mail today, heading for subscribers all across the US, Canada and the rest of the world. The cover feature is on Ricky Skaggs and

  • British Bluegrass News – Spring 2009

    The Spring 2009 issue of British Bluegrass News (#48) will soon be mailed to subscribers. The Thunderbridge Bluegrass Boys grace the cover, and the magazine also carries a feature on this popular group from the west country of England. There are

  • LRB in BMP

    Brandon Rickman, guitarist and vocalist with Lonesome River Band is interviewed in the current (March/April '09) issue of Bluegrass Music Profiles. The interview covers a lot of ground in the life of this young bluegrass singer and songwriter. Brandon talks about

  • Bluegrass Seeds Banjo Magazine

    For those bluegrass/banjo fans in the Cheshire region of England, there is a new magazine available for free. Bluegrass Seeds Banjo Magazine is intended to be a British version of Banjo Newsletter. Bluegrass Seeds Banjo Magazine is complete with interviews,

  • New dawn for No Depression

    No Depression, the alternative country music publication, is to discontinue its editorial budget. Following the launch on October 1, 2008, of NoDepression.com, now finds that it has to make a further tough decision regarding the format of its publication. Publisher, Kyla Fairchild,

  • Bluegrass Unlimited instrument issue

    The March 2009 issue of Bluegrass Unlimited is their annual Instrument Issue, and this year's cover story is on Gibson. The story, by Dave McCarty, is titled When Only A Gibson Is Good Enough. It focuses not on the company's storied

  • Dailey & Vincent In New York

    Last Tuesday evening (2/17) Dailey & Vincent, the multiple IBMA and SPBGMA award winners, played their debut concert in New York City. The set included several songs from the Statler Brothers' repertoire as well as from their forthcoming album, Brothers From

  • Bluegrass Hotel – Newgrass turns 40

    Another major benefit concert is scheduled for March 20 in Louisville, KY. The show is intended to mark 2009 as the 40th anniversary of newgrass music, and the crucial role that Louisville played in its birth and development. In fact there