• September Bluegrass Unlimited

    Bobby Osborne is on the cover of the new issue of Bluegrass Unlimited magazine, in the mail now to subscribers. The title, and the theme of the article is On His Own, referencing Bobby's having embarked on a career as

  • Nickel Creek shutting down in ’07

    Billboard Magazine is reporting that Nickel Creek will put the band into "an indefinite hiatus in late 2007." From the article on the Billboard site: "After seven years straight of touring and three records behind us, it's in our best interest to

  • Larry Stephenson on XM’s Studio Special

    This morning at 8:00 a.m., Larry Stephenson joins XM's Kyle Cantrell on Bluegrass Junction (Channel 14) for a set of live music and discussion. This is the first of several airings of Larry's Studio Special appearance on XM, where

  • Wichita Rutherford gives away DVDS

    I just got a note from our pal Wichita Rutherford. He's got something special happening at WichitasBlog.com and he wanted the bluegrass community to know about it first. Here's what's happening. Starting tomorrow at 11 AM Wichita is going to

  • Chris Thile single – iTunes exclusive

    The first single from the upcoming Chris Thile Thile CD, How To Grow A Woman From The Ground, is available now as an iTunes exclusive. The song is Chris' take on Jimmy Rodgers' Brakeman's Blues, and features Chris on mandolin

  • Help build the Mandolin Glossary

    The folks over at Mandolin Cafe are working on an interesting project, and can use your help. For a while now they have been compiling a Mandolin Glossary, an alphabetical listing of terms and personalities with importance in the mando

  • Van Heffer Video on youtube.com

    We've told you in the past about our friend Wichita Rutherford and the band he plays in, Van Heffer. As you may recall Wichita podcasted the entire video in 5 minute episodes earlier this year. Now it seems that somebody

  • Curly Seckler on WWB today

    This afternoon at 4:30 p.m., bluegrass legend Curly Seckler will join Gracie Muldoon for an interview on WorldWideBluegras.com. Hearing Curly speak about his career in bluegrass can't fail to be a rich treat for anyone who appreciates the history of