• Rare Bird Alert goes prime time

    How many Bluegrass Today readers watch the popular FOX television program, Bones? If you tune in for the next airing on Monday (4/30), you'll hear the title track from Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers' current album, Rare Bird Alert. Bones

  • Dierks and Punch Brothers on Ellen

    Today's edition of the Ellen Show will include a performance from Dierks Bentley and Punch Brothers. They are teaming up to reprise their combined efforts on Bob Dylan's Senór from Bentley's 2010 Up On The Ridge album. That track is included

  • Josh Williams video on the Today Show

    The Josh Williams video we featured last week - the one where the little birdie lands on Josh's guitar mid song - is breaking even further into the mainstream. As we reported on March 1, this unscheduled guest spot had gone

  • Woodsongs to BlueHighways TV

    Michael Jonathan, long-time host of the Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour, has announced that his live music program will soon be offered to cable subscribers of BlueHighways TV. This gives the show an enviable reach, as it is already carried

  • Simpsons theme with AKUS

    If you weren't able to catch the 500th episode of The Simpsons this past Sunday night, you missed the opportunity to hear the show's closing theme performed by Alison Krauss & Union Station. But never fear, here it is for your

  • Bluegrass Underground taping this weekend

    This coming weekend, the folks at Bluegrass Underground will be doing a marathon taping for their second season on PBS television. Shows are scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday (2/24-26) deep inside the earth at Tennessee's Cumberland Caverns, just a

  • AKUS to mark Simpsons quincentenary episode

    Bluegrass music... it's a powerful thing! Earlier this week we were talking about pop chanteuse Adele and her fondness for bluegrass music, and now there's word that animated dynamo The Simpsons has called on Alison Krauss & Union Station to provide

  • Punch Brothers on Leno, and in Vanity Fair

    And speaking of Punch Brothers... They are scheduled to appear on Wednesday's edition of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and will perform Movement and Location, the first single from their just-released Who's Feeling Young Now? project. The show airs February 15 on

  • More on Grascals v. Webster

    Fox 17 news in Nashville ran a story on Tuesday about the nasty contract dispute between The Grascals and Entertainment Evolution. A channel 17 reporter caught up with the two attorneys representing the band and Kirt Webster, owner of Entertainment Evolution