• Check out forums at Bluegrass Today

    We are finally ready to invite everyone to enjoy our newly-redesigned discussion forums here at Bluegrass Today. The busy bees in our IT department, Eric Tapp and Rich Larusso, have worked very hard to create an intuitive interface and a

  • FreshGrass acquires No Depression

    FreshGrass, an aggressive new music festival launched last year at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams, has acquired the Americana/folk publication No Depression. No Depression began as a print journal in 1995, publishing bi-monthly with a focus on alt-country music.

  • Del McCoury performs on Best Of Bluegrass

    This weekend's Best of Bluegrass show, broadcast on WMAK from Owensboro, KY, will feature a live, in-stdio performance by The Del McCoury Band. Hosted weekly on Saturday afternoon by Bob Mitchell, the program is also streamed online at www.1013hankfm.com from 4:00-6:00 p.m.

  • PopMatters : The Best Bluegrass of 2013

    Pop culture media site PopMatters has published their year in review articles, including The Best Bluegrass of 2013. You may not agree with the Top 10 choices, but, with another perspective, the list (with reviews) may provide impetus to buy if you

  • Donna Ulisse live Christmas show online

    Since the release of her Christmas song cycle album, All The Way To Bethlehem, in November of 2012, Donna Ulisse has been in demand for special performances around the Christmas season. She has done as many as she can this

  • Donna Ulisse shares show online

    Such has been the level of enquiry regarding Donna Ulisse’s touring arrangements; people from  all parts of the U.S.A and overseas asking when she will be visiting their area, Ms. Ulisse has decided to share a show online, via the StageIt

  • Jimmy Jam to be broadcast live online

    We've written several times this year about Jim VanCleve, Mountain Heart fiddler and noted Nashville producer and session player, and his harrowing brush with dengue hemorrhagic fever in March. Fortunately for all concerned, Jim pulled through after his condition was