• Jim Hurst’s guitar discussion board

    Multiple IBMA Award winning guitarist Jim Hurst has his own guitar bulletin board, titled appropriately enough, Jim's Bulletin Board. The board is dedicated to guitar and guitar music discussion, and Jim posts there regularly himself. It seems that Jim launched the

  • New issue of Silver Strings available online

    The December issue of Silver Strings, Angie Sumpter's free online magazine for new banjo players "of a certain age," is available on her web site for downloading. Each issue contains interviews and features designed to offer insight and encouragement

  • The Bluegrass Ireland Blog

    Here's some encouraging news from our new friend, Richard Hawkins, editor of Bluegrass Ireland, the newsletter of The Irish Bluegrass Music Club. The Bluegrass Ireland Blog is hereby officially launched at www.bluegrassireland.blogspot.com. The text of the last issue of Bluegrass Ireland

  • Nickel Creek videos on VH1

    Following up on the post about Sean Watkins' online CD release... VH1 has several Nickel Creek videos available online, including the two music video releases from their latest Sugar Hill release, Why Should The Fire Die, plus three songs from that

  • Sean Watkins CD released online

    Nickel Creek guitarist Sean Watkins has announced the release of his third solo project, Blinders On, and has enabled digital downloads of either individual tracks or the entire project from the Nickel Creek web site. Individual tracks are offered for $.99

  • Bluegrass on the Opry this Saturday

    This Saturday's Grand Ole Opry broadcast features a number of performers that would be of interest to bluegrass fans. The Whites, Mike Snider, Jesse McReynolds and The Alison Brown Band are all set to be be part of the 11/12

  • Bluegrass Japan Blog

    I've been just a little bit obsessed with podcasts recently. As I was wondering around the internet over the weekend I discovered another bluegrass blogger who had a podcast. Nino is the guy's name and Bluegrass Japan is his blog.