• Wichita Rutherford – Podcast superstar

    His own website proclaims his to be "THE world - renowned podcast celebrity" and Wichita Rutherford is living up to the name. Capitalizing on the wild popularity of his own podcast 5 minutes with Wichita, Wichita is breaking out as

  • Scruggs, et al on Letterman tonight

    Don't forget that Steve Martin will be a featured guest on The Late Show featuring David Letterman tonight (9/21), with a number of prominent banjo pickers in tow for a special performance. Earl Scruggs, Tony Ellis, Pete Wernick and Charles

  • OCRN seeking volunteer bluegrass DJs

    Gracie Muldoon, station manager and program director at Original Country Radio Network, is looking for folks who might want to serve as a volunteer DJ for a few hours each day, or even once or twice a week. OCRN

  • AKUS on Austin City Limits

    Alison Krauss & Union Station will appear on the acclaimed PBS live performance program, Austin City Limits, on October 15. Local PBS affiliates may air the show at differing times so be sure to check listings where you live to

  • Doyle Lawson video on CMT next week

    The concept video, You Gotta Dig A Little Deeper from Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, is airing all next week on CMT's Wide Open Country: Sunday 9/18 - 10:00 AM Monday 9/19 - 12:00 PM Tuesday 9/20 - 5:00 PM Wednesday 9/21 - 2:00 PM Friday

  • Opry show in New York

    As a part of it's 80th Anniversary celebration, the Grand Ole Opry will take a trip north later this fall for a rare show outside of Nashville. On Monday November 14, an official Opry concert will be held in New

  • Breakfast with Bluegrass

    Jon Randall, joined by Rob Ickes and David Pomeroy, is scheduled to appear SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2 at 8am / 7c on A&E Television Network's BREAKFAST WITH THE ARTS. The 2-hour program, featuring interviews with prominent performers, writers, directors, artists and

  • Online banjo magazine for new/old players

    Angie Sumpter had launched a new online banjo magazine designed to offer stories and encouragement for folks who are starting out on banjo later in life. The new banjo-zine is called Silver Strings and can be viewed or downloaded