• Radio Velvet to shut down

    More sad news from the world of internet radio... Richard Cifersky has informed us that his European online bluegrass radio project, Radio Velvet, has discontinued their streaming service. The Slovak-based 24/7 network has been operating for the past two years, managed

  • Bluegrass Country seeks new owners

    WAMU, which has provided a home for bluegrass music in our nation's capitol since July 1967, has made the decision to switch to an all news and information format starting January 1, 2017. As a result, their bluegrass streaming service,

  • Moron Brothers live on Facebook tonight

    After last night's sad news about the passing of Ralph Stanley, perhaps what we all need today is a good laugh. And what would be better than some good ol', down home bluegrass comedy from The Moron Brothers? Burley and Lardo

  • How to book yourself without an agent

    If you are a booking agent or artist representative, don't read this. It's liable to give you hives. Canadian banjo master Jayme Stone is an acoustic artist that has blazed his own trails in the music business. Finding unique sources of

  • The Bluegrass Mix is down and out

    While it seemed earlier this year that they had found a way to continue operating their 24/7 bluegrass music stream online, it now appears that The Bluegrass Mix is off the air for good. Station operator Roger Randolph confirmed this morning what we

  • GospelSongTime.com

    Paul Robinson is a perfect example of the sort of person who has taken to Internet broadcasting and the opportunities it provides. He lives in Murfreesboro, TN and has spent nearly 40 years working in radio and concert promotions, including several

  • RadioBluegrass.com enters the fray

    There's a new player in the online bluegrass radio market. RadioBluegrass.com has actually been cybercasting a 24/7 bluegrass signal for just over a year, but owner/operator Sid Zipo is just now starting to promote the feed, which can also be found

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