• UPDATE: Lonesome River Band website

    Those of you who have listened to last weeks episode of the GrassCast heard Sammy Shelor talking about a new updated website. There were some minor delays getting things switched over, but we're happy to tell you that the new

  • The Secret Life Of Banjos

    California bluegrass banjo player Bill Evans has teamed with the legendary old-time and bluegrass musician Jody Stecher to present an all-banjo duo show that they call The Secret Life of Banjos. For these shows, the pair play on a

  • Del and Jesse on The Opry this weekend

    Lots of good bluegrass on the Grand Ole Opry again this weekend, Saturday January 7. The Del McCoury Band will perform during the 8:00 to 8:30 segment, and then again in the 10:00 to 10:30 p.m. spot. Jesse McReynolds &

  • January issue of Banjo NewsLetter

    Don Nitchie just passed along some info about the latest issue of Banjo NewsLetter, the longest running publication of its kind. In the January 2006 Banjo NewsLetter we feature David Talbot, banjo player with the The Grascals, who recently won the

  • CMT.com lists Top Ten Bluegrass CDs for 2005

    CMT.com, the online side of cable network CMT (Country Music Television), has posted a list of their Ten Favorite Bluegrass Albums of 2005. The choices cover an interesting range of styles, and include both new and re-issue projects from legends and

  • King Wilkie launches discussion board

    Fans of bluegrass fashionistas, King Wilkie, may want to pay a visit to their new bulletin board discussion forum. The site is set up quite similarly to others of its type, and folks who frequent such chat sites should have

  • Would Bluegrass make a good PDF?

    This post is a contribution from Alan Stewart, co-host of The Marketer"s Podcast, where you"ll hear tips, tools and tactics for marketing your business both online and offline. Comments are enabled for Alan's post so please feel free to share

  • FiddleFork now offering audio and video downloads

    FiddleFork Online is a popular web community frequented by fiddlers, and students of the instrument. The site features content of interest to string musicians including an active bulletin board style discussion forum. FiddleFork has over 7500 registered members and is