• Bluegrass author to be feted in NJ

    Stephanie Ledgin has worked for many years as a photographer, journalist, radio announcer, editor and event producer in the world of bluegrass, old time and folk music. Her 2004 book, Homegrown Music: Discovering Bluegrass has been heralded as a

  • April Bluegrass Unlimted in the mail

    The April issue of Bluegrass Unlimited magazine is in the mail and on its way to subscribers. This month, BU has an obituary memorial by Eddie Stubbs marking the recent passing of Louise Scruggs, plus features on Tim White and

  • Gibson Brothers video released

    We mentioned last month that The Gibson Brothers had shot their very first music video. The song chosen is I Got A Woman, from their latest CD, Red Letter Day. Eric Gibson has just now passed along that the video is

  • Bluegrass Gospel Music History

    This seemed like an appropriate post for a Sunday morning. I found this website recently while surfing the net. It's a Canadian site run by a promoter who is dedicated to Bluegrass Gospel music. You can find all the info

  • Mountain Stage

    Recently we told you about Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver on Mountain Stage. Mountain Stage is a two-hour radio show recorded before a live audience in the Cultural Center Theater at the Capitol Complex in Charleston, WV. The show is now

  • Station Inn show to benefit IBMM

    We posted last fall about the efforts of the International Bluegrass Music Museum to record first person chronicles of the early generation of bluegrass artists and songwriters for the benefit of future generations. This time critical endeavor, The Video Oral

  • Bluegrass Music Profiles for March/April

    The March/April issue of Bluegrass Music Profiles, a bi-monthly newsprint publication based in Kentucky, features a cover story on The Grascals. We heard recently from BMP editor and publisher, Kevin Kerfoot, who passed along a few details about the Grascals

  • Casting call for Keith Whitley film

    Kentucky Bluebird is the title of a new film project about to get underway, based on the life and frustratingly brief career of bluegrass/country star Keith Whitley. Keith made his presence felt in bluegrass from the early 1970s, when he