• Sarah Jarosz in The Boston Globe

    Sunday's edition of The Boston Globe carried a feature on now hometown girl, Sarah Jarosz, who moved from her native home in Texas to Beantown to study at The New England Conservatory of Music. Entitled The freshman, the general tenor of

  • Great online radio options

    There are a number of great opportunities today/tomorrow to check out live music and interviews via online radio. This morning (11/13), Buddy Woodward of Dixie Bee-Liners will be with Carol Beaugard on WFDU. They will talk about the new Bee-Liners CD,

  • New banjo blog – The Banjo Guru

    The good folks who manage Banjo.com have created a new banjo blog, for banjo players of course. It's called The Banjo Guru, and is a group blog written by a trio of experts: Mark Bramlett, John Drummond and Greg Earnest. Bramlett

  • Alison Brown Quartet on Mountain Stage

    The recent appearnce by The Alison Brown Quartet on Mountain Stage has just been posted on the show's NPR web page. They perform five songs from their latest Compass Records release, The Company You Keep. Brown has never limited herself to

  • Sam Bush on Music City Roots

    Sam Bush will celebrate yesterday's release of his latest CD, Circles Around Me, with a live radio show tonight (10/21) on WSM. He'll be on the second episode of Music City Roots, a new live concert venture broadcast each Wednesday at

  • Darren Beachley takes to the air

    Katy Daley, the 2009 IBMA Broadcaster of the Year, will have some help in the studio for her show this Thursday on WAMU's Bluegrasss Country. Darren Beachley and Mark Delaney (Darren Beachley & Legends Of The Potomac) will be on

  • Claire Lynch on Lonesome Pine RFD

    Claire Lynch will be featured in an interview Friday morning (10/16) with Carol Beaugard on her Lonesome Pine RFD program on WFDU, broadcasting in the New York City metro market. Carol spoke with Claire about her latest Rounder CD, Whatcha Gonna

  • Ralph Stanley on WAMU

    Ralph Stanley will be a guest today (10/14) on the Diane Rehm Show, broadcast on WAMU 88.5 FM in the Washington, DC metro market. He will join her live in the studio to discuss his autobiography, Man of Constant Sorrow: