• Gracie Muldoon hospitalized

    Popular online radio host Gracie Muldoon has been hospitalized after suffering a mini-stroke on Thursday morning. Gracie is both a regular host and General Manager of WorldWideBluegrass, a 24/7 bluegrass stream available online. Vicki Abbot, Assistant Station Manager at WWB, tells

  • Doyle Lawson interview at Mandolin Cafe

    Mandolin Cafe has a new interview up with Doyle Lawson, which is unique in two particular ways. First off, the questions came from members and readers of the site who, secondly, are mandolinists themselves, giving the interview a tone of musical

  • Darrell Webb on WDVX Friday at noon

    The Darrell Web Band will perform tomorrow (5/14) on Blue Plate Special, airing from Knoxville on WDVX. The show goes on at noon (EDT) as it does each weekday, featuring live performances on the radio. The band is Asa Gravley on

  • Chris Hillman with Katy Daley on Thursday

    Country rock pioneer and California bluegrass legend Chris Hillman will be the guest on Thursday morning's (5/13) Katy Daley show on WAMU's Bluegrass Country. Chris is coming on to talk about his upcoming Rounder CD with Herb Pedersen and his

  • WWB covers Nashville flood

    Terry Poirier contacted us last night with news about his show this evening (May 10) on World Wide Bluegrass. He will be dedicating this edition of Kickin' Canadian Grass to music and discussion following the horrible flooding in Nashville and

  • Good day for bluegrass radio

    Today (April 16) offers a couple of options to hear some great live bluegrass on the radio. At noon, Dixie Bee-Liners will perform on Blue Plate Special, airing on WDVX from Knoxville. This is live radio, like the old days... no

  • Amber Collins in The Washington Post

    Amber Collins, lead singer with No Speed Limit, is profiled in a nice interview today on Clik Track, the Washington Post pop music blog. The piece comes as Collins and her boys are in the midst of the Music From

  • The Chapmans on Bass Country FM

    Be on the lookout for The Chapmans on the radio this Sunday (4/11). They will be hosting and performing live on Bass Country FM from Springfield, MO from 9:00-11:00 p.m. (EDT). The show will be broadcast over the air at 92.9