• EBMA launches European Bluegrass Blog

    Our friends at the European Bluegrass Music Association have launched their own blog, The European Bluegrass Blog. It is intended to replace the EBMA's email newsletter, and will be updated regularly with news of interest to the European bluegrass community. Bands,

  • Grascals on The Opry tonight

    The Grascals will be a featured performer on The Grand Ole Opry tonight, appearing in the 9:00-9:30 p.m. and 11:30-midnight slots. It may be your last chance to hear them perform with original banjo man Dave Talbot, who recently informed

  • BlueRidge on WNCW this weekend

    BlueRidge will be the guests on WNCW's Goin' Across The Mountain show tomorrow afternoon (12/2). They will perform live in the studio, and discuss their plans for 2007 with host Dennis Jones. The show airs at 1:00 p.m., and can be

  • Bradley Walker profiled on CMT.com

    CMT.com has a very nice feature up on Bradley Walker, written by Craig Shelburne. Unlike the recent review of his Highway Of Dreams CD on NPR's Fresh Air program, the CMT piece accurately reflects Bradley's love for, and interest in

  • Two more Ralph Stanley reissues on iTunes

    Earlier this year, Rebel Records reissued a pair of classic Ralph Stanley recordings as iTunes download exclusives. Now comes word of two others, recently available again from the iTunes Music store. Down Where The River Bends was first released in 1978,

  • New UK Bluegrass blog

    Jer Boon just wrote in to tell us about a blog that has just launched for British bluegrassers. UKBluegrass.com aims to provide all the information bluegrass musicians and fans in the UK might need. They plan to post news about gig

  • Chris Stuart & Backcountry on Bluegrasscountry.org

    Bob Webster at BluegrassCountry.org had a chance to talk with Chris Stuart and Janet Beazley before their performance at Luckett's Schoolhouse last month. That interview is being aired this week on WAMU and online at BluegrassCountry.org. Aspiring songwriters should take note

  • Pete Seeger television show now DVD

    Pete Seeger's banjo recently ended up in the International Bluegrass Music Museum. Back in the mid 1960's Seeger had a television show that aired on WNJU-TV in New York. 38 episodes of Rainbow Quest were aired, during which Seeger interviewed